Founded over a century ago, Smith and Williamson are a leading independent provider of investment management, accountancy, tax, corporate and financial advisory services to private clients, corporates, professional practices, and non-profit organisations. With 11 principal offices in the UK and Ireland, 1,500 people and an international capability in over 100 countries, their primary aim is to help clients achieve their financial ambitions.
|Contact person||Investment manager|
|Portfolio types||Model, bespoke|
|Composition||Fund, direct, tracker, mixture|
|Tax efficient investments|
|How we charge||Hourly, fixed|
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There are shocking levels of bankruptcy among ex-professional footballers. Here, senior executives at Smith & Williamson, the accountancy and investment management group, explain why they have been working to tackle the issue at grass-roots level.