Mather & Murray Financial is always looking for exceptional talent. The most important attributes that an adviser can have is that your principles align with ours. We aim to deliver our clients the highest level of service- we treat our clients fairly and with honesty and respect. Our goal is to develop long lasting relationships with clients, where we are their first point of contact when they need advice. We want to stay in touch with our clients, regularly updating them on how they are progressing on achieving their goals and lifetime ambitions.

Whether you are a protection adviser, mortgage adviser of financial adviser. Whether you are currently employed, working through a network or on your own. We believe, that as long as our values align, you will flourish working for a firm that genuinely puts clients first.

Mather & Murray Financial's head office is based in Swindon, but we are looking for talented individuals nationwide. You may be required to attend training in Swindon over a 5 day initial period.

Mather & Murray Financial are independent advisers, directly authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. This means that we can genuinely put clients first. There are no restrictions on what you can advise clients to do. We think this is the only fair way to treat customers fairly. We believe that if we treat our advisers in the same way as we treat our clients then we also create long lasting relationships. That is why we offer our advisers:

  • No fees or subscriptions
  • All research software provided at our cost
  • Full Professional Liability cover
  • No FCA or FSCS fees to pay
  • Technical adviser helpdesk
  • Funding for adviser development
  • 4 x Death in service
  • 3 x Critical illness cover
  • Competitive basic salary and bonus or Market leading fee splits
  • Admin support

If you want to take the next step in your financial adviser career, develop long lasting relationships with clients and a firm you can trust, email your CV to


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