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Ruth Whitehead Associates

Multi-award winning Independent Financial Advisers based in Stoke Newington, London

2017 unbiased Media Adviser Awards, Responsible Investment Adviser of the Year, runner up
2015 Wealth & Finance Awards Ethical IFA of the Year
2013 & 2012 unbiased Media Adviser Awards, Responsible Investment IFA of the Year, shortlisted 2014
unbiased Media Adviser Awards, Shortlisted for Small IFA of the Year

We are proud to be financial advisers for our diverse local community, part of the most tolerant and cosmopolitan capital city in the world.

quote_leftHello Ruth – having finally plucked up courage to look at my pension I discover that it’s at the same level as pre-Brexit. Can this be right or am I missing something? I am astonished and delighted (though still devastated by the Leave vote). Thanks for your wise investments!
PR, Stoke Newington

We believe the only way is ethics and will help you tailor your investments accordingly.

We are open, straightforward and accountable in our dealings, and have valued and long-term working relationships with our clients.

Make an appointment?
Get in touch by email or phone and tell us what you need. If we can help, we offer an initial meeting of 30 minutes free of charge. We may ask you to fill in and send over a fact-find form in advance of the meeting, which saves time and helps us focus advice.

quote_leftThank you so very much for the fundraising events for Hackney Migrant Centre and Akwaaba. £8,000 is an enormous amount of money to raise from two events and we’re delighted to be receiving £4,000. This will go a very long way in supporting the work we do with vulnerable migrants. Please pass on our profound thanks to everyone involved in the concert. quote_right
Daf Viney, Hackney Migrant Centre 

We are delighted to announce that we have moved and we look forward to welcoming you to our new premises – 
St Matthias Hall, Wordsworth Road, Stoke Newington, London N16 8DD. Click here for directions

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