7th August 2019

Discover Fortunes

Last month, Ed Painter, one of Chancellor’s Chartered Financial Planners delivered what is known as a Discover Fortunes session at Poynton High School in Cheshire. “Discover […]
29th July 2019

Karen Gorozdy

It is with great sadness that I am advising you of the death of Karen Gorozdy. I have known and worked with Karen for over 20 […]
9th July 2019


A trust is a way of holding assets such as investments, money, buildings and land for people (who are known as the beneficiaries). There are different […]
19th June 2019

The Chancellor Headlines — June 2019

We are delighted to announce that Sam Farnell has recently passed the Chartered Insurance Institute’s R04 “Pensions and retirement planning” exam which together with his four […]
19th June 2019

Woodford Investment Management

Most people who have been watching TV, browsing social media sites or reading the newspapers will no doubt have seen the name of Neil Woodford appear […]
23rd May 2019

Financial Services Compensation Scheme

The UK Financial Services Compensation Scheme protects customers when authorised financial services firms fail. The Scheme protects banks and building societies, credit unions, debt management, endowments, […]
23rd May 2019

Is your lifestyle good or bad for your finances?

The answer is that it depends what you are doing! If you are establishing policies to protect your finances in the event of death, long term […]
23rd April 2019

Attempting to anticipate and “time” the markets.

In the November 2018 edition of Chancellor Financial’s E-news we included an article entitled “Timing Isn’t Everything (for Smart Investors)”.  This covered the rationale of staying […]
23rd April 2019

The Chancellor Headlines — April 2019

Our regular readers are used to reading about our team’s endeavours with regard to Chartered Insurance Institute Examinations and there has been a particular flurry of […]