About First Sentinel

Wealth Management 

Relationships are the cornerstone of our business and our philosophy is simple: do the best for our clients and deliver on service each and every time.


Impeccable service

We understand that choosing a wealth manager is an important and deeply personal decision. At First Sentinel Wealth, we set ourselves high and uncompromising standards to ensure that we repay your trust with the highest calibre of service. Our team of advisers are personable, precise and always available.  

Independent thought

Impartiality and innovation are the cornerstones of our investment philosophy. Being independent, we offer our clients access to the entire marketplace.There is no bias to our advice – we simply want the most suitable portfolio for our clients. We pride ourselves on sourcing investment opportunities across a wide range of products; in today’s fast-changing world, long-term value can often be found by thinking outside the box.

International expertise

Our leadership team has first-hand knowledge of advising internationally from their own 20+ years of experience living and working in a variety of countries. Whether you’re based in the UK or further afield, rest assured that our advisers have the experience, passion and qualifications to advise you.

We don’t just do business with our clients –

we’re in business with our clients.

Financial advice is a professional service, but we believe it’s a personal one too. We build relationships with our clients that last a lifetime and beyond, taking care of entire families and the generations to come.

As a highly skilled team of experts with experience and qualifications from all over the world, you can rely on us for a wide range of needs. We offer fresh thinking and a flexible approach, always looking for new ways to improve our decision-making and get even better results for our clients. We believe that everyone should be able to interact with their finances in a simple and seamless way, and we use the most advanced software to make that possible.
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