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McKnight Financial

      providing clarity......out of complexity


McKnight Financial, a Glasgow based Independent Financial Adviser firm that offers all clients a "Private Client" service. Formed in 2009 by principal adviser and director Graham McKnight, from his home based office, McKnight Financial has now grown to a team of five, working from their head office in Central Glasgow.  

The clients we invite benefit from an intimate relationship with their Financial Adviser that develops longevity and trust enabling clients to have confidence that their longer term planning is being looked after by someone that knows them well and understands their specific requirements.

No individual is the same and therefore each of us has highly specific financial planning needs. With in excess of 50 years financial services and business experience, the team at McKnight Financial develops a deeper relationship with clients and provides structured and tailored advice and stewardship.

Due to the clear and transparent way we are remunerated, clients have the confidence that it is only their best interests that are being looked after and that they can trust they are getting exactly the advice they require.

Our existing clients choose to engage McKnight Financial, as they demand the levels of service and delivery that we continue to demonstrate, provide and fulfill. We find that the trusted relationship this develops leads to further referral business to similar clients with discerning needs.

 

What our clients say –

 

“We greatly appreciated the straight advice that Graham gave us and moving away from commission based payments is certainly the way forward” 


“McKnight Financial Management provides a highly efficient, professional and refreshing approach to my individual and business financial requirements.  They have a wealth of experience and knowledge and are true experts in their field.  In addition, their ethical approach is not only refreshing but a requirement for my business needs."


"Personally, I receive more than I ask and would recommend them with pleasure.” 


"In this unstable financial world it is comforting to have a Financial Management Service that you can trust and rely on.  At McKnight Financial Management they offer a complete package ranging over advice on Investments, Pensions, Inheritance Tax and above all giving me confidence for my future retirement."


"I wouldn't hesitate to recommend the helpful and friendly services which I have benefitted from financially over many years." 


"Graham provides a comprehensive financial planning service delivered in a very friendly and professional manner and demonstrates a wealth of knowledge of the intricate spectrum of the financial services industry." 


If you would like to know more about how we can work with you or have any questions about the services offered and the costs, please feel free to contact us -

Email -                   info@mcknightfinancial.co.uk

Office No. -             0141 404 5710

 

McKnight Financial are proud sponsors of

Victoria Park City of Glasgow AC  

www.vp-glasgow.com / @vp_glasgow_AC


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