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Farringdon Group is a leading provider of Private Wealth Management solutions. Formed in 2007 and with the head office in Kuala Lumpur, the goal was to establish a company which put the client’s needs first. Our client-focused approach has helped us expand rapidly across the Asia Pacific Region. Farringdon Group now has 6 offices across 5 countries.

Farringdon Group operates a team-based approach to managing our clients’ assets. As a client of Farringdon, you will have both a fully qualified Financial Advisor as well as your own dedicated Portfolio Manager. Your Financial Advisor will offer you advice on a range of areas from asset protection to tax efficiency on your investments. Your Portfolio Manager will recommend buys and sells inside your portfolio and is on hand to answer any queries you may have concerning the current market conditions. By adopting this team-based approach to handling your financial affairs, we aim to deliver you a one-stop service that meets all your financial planning needs.

As a company we are fully independent. This allows us to search the entire offshore market place to find the investments that best suit your needs.

Farringdon Group believes that achieving financial success depends not only on well managed investments and sound financial planning, but also effective tax planning. By taking into account all of these elements we aim to generate long term, sustainable and tax efficient returns.

If you are seeking new ideas, a professional level of ongoing client service, and would like to meet with one of our advisers, then please email us or telephone +60 3 2026 0286 and ask to speak with our meeting manager.

All of our Financial Advisors hold the International Certificate in Wealth Management, and all of our Portfolio Managers hold the Certificate in International Investment Management, both from the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment of the UK.

Areas of advice:

* Financial planning for expatriates and international investors
* Investing offshore for greater tax efficiency
* Insurance
* International property purchase and multi-currency mortgages
* Offshore investment for increased returns
* Retirement plans, pension planning
* Estate planning
* Private banking
* School fee planning

Stuart Anthony Yeomans is the Farringdon Group CEO and is currently based in their Head Quarters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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