Financial expert drops in on Mayfield

Historic Mayfield has been chosen as the new base by a highly respected and experienced financial expert for his business.

Clyde Young, who is a representative of St James’ Place Wealth Management, is looking forward to assisting the people of Mayfield to make the most of their assets and money when it comes to investments, pensions, estate planning and taxes. His business was previously based in Westerham.

Mr Young has over 35 years experience in wealth management, and started his career with the Inland Revenue. He them worked for a number or large stock management and stock-broking companies. He has said of the new venture that he is greatly looking forward to working with businesses and people in the local area and help them in such areas as estate planning and retirement.

He added that is was even more important in this economic climate to make sure that people had their money in all the right places and that it was working its hardest for them and that they had a plan in place to bring optimism and confidence in the future.

 To celebrate his new office at Sunnybank House, High Street, Mayfield, Clyde is launching a series of complimentary financial surgeries for local people at The Middle House in the village. The first event called ‘Top Tips for the Tax Year End’ will be on 8th March from 3:30pm to 4:30pm with tea and cake and again at 6:00 pm to 7:00pm with a complimentary glass of wine. Telephone 01435 830031 to book a place.

 Clyde, who lives in nearby Rushlake Green, is also offering to provide pension audits, including actuarial assessments, to make sure pension funds are in the right place. The audits are designed for people who have pension funds in a number of different company schemes.

 St. James’s Place Wealth Management is a provider of a wide and growing range of financial services of outstanding quality. Listed on the London Stock Exchange, the company has grown strongly and consistently with funds under management now amounting to £28.5 billion. Training and quality control procedures are equally strict and their monitoring procedures confirm that levels of satisfaction among clients are exceptionally high.

 In his spare time, Clyde likes to “tread the boards” and he is currently rehearsing for the part of Malvolio in The Wateryard Group’s production of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” (set in the 1930s) which will be performed in St. Dunstan’s Church, Mayfield, from 15th to 17th March.