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Investment Management in Cambridge

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Cambridge

Our Cambridge branch was the first outside of London, operating since June 1981, maintaining the distinguished history, reputation, trust and professionalism expected by the wider Charles Stanley Group. The office relocated to Ravenscroft House in October 2012.

Specialising in Discretionary and Advisory bespoke portfolio management and probate services we have a variety of services for individuals, charities, universities, colleges and trusts, providing investment advice and management across the full range of assets available – from direct equities and gilts to collectives and ETFs backed by our large research team based in London. We also offer an Execution-only service for those who prefer to choose their own investments. Do please feel free to come and see us at our office located at 59-61 Regent Street.

Caroline Craig-Hanson - Branch Manager

 

Our people

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Caroline Craig-Hanson

Branch Manager

T: 01223 310072
[email protected]

Alex James

Investment Manager

T: 01223 310075
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Kiran Chavda

Investment Manager

T: 01223 310085
[email protected]

Nick Richardson

Investment Manager

T: 01223 310073
[email protected]

Anna Simmonds

Investment Manager

T: 01223 310 086
[email protected]

Emily Horwood

Brokers Assistant

T: 0122 331 0084
[email protected]

Keith Arnold

Intermediary Sales Manager - East Anglia

T: 07415 427 232
[email protected]

Peter Truswell

Stockbroker

T: 01223 310 088
[email protected]

Ross Jeffries

Brokers Assistant

T: 01223 310076
[email protected]

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