Sterling Partnership offers expert financial advice, tailored to the specific requirements of our clients.
Sterling has extensive experience supplying a wide and varied range of individually-tailored financial advice solutions, to new and existing clients.
The company comprises 7 experienced financial advisers and 1 insurance adviser, each of whom are experts in a specific fields, supported by a team of administrators.
Sterling provides specialist financial advice on retirement, including pensions* and final salary pension advice, savings & investments, and we have an experienced specialist team that provides mortgage advice.**
Our specialist mortgage broker can provide advice on the most appropriate mortgage deals for first time buyers, purchases, re-mortgages and buy to let mortgages.
The Sterling insurance and protection team offers comprehensive insurance advice, including life insurance, critical illness insurance, income protection, key person insurance (keyman), and private medical insurance.
*The value of pensions and investments can fall as well as rise. You may get back less than you invested.
**The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate Estate Planning and some forms of Buy to Let mortgage. Your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
As financial advisors, Sterling acts for our clients, and not for the providers or insurers. We put people before products, with the aim of obtaining the very best results for our clients.
We offer a free, no obligation initial consultation at our offices, or at your home. The choice is yours.
As advisers, our role is to inform and advise, and to find a solutions that best suits your needs and requirements.
We do not operate time-based contracts, and our clients are free to leave us at any time. Indeed, a large proportion of our clients choose to receive ongoing service, and meet with us regularly to review progress - this is testament to the professional service that we provide to our clients.
Transferring out of a Final Salary scheme is unlikely to be in the best interests of most people