Island Financial Solutions

"Aligning the power of your money
with the direction of your values"

 

Call: +44 1624 614618

4th Floor, Hillary House, Prospect Hill, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 1EQ

Who Are We

Island Financial Solutions Limited is a firm of independent financial advisers based on the Isle of Man. We offer a friendly, skilled, professional and highly personalised service across a wide range of financial planning needs for clients on the Isle of Man and beyond.

As professional Independent Financial Advisers, we specialise in giving advice to clients on a wide range of financial matters. We are able to give clear, easy-to-understand advice to meet your objectives.

Our qualified staff supply a broad range of specialist expertise to the diverse needs of our clients and have a wealth of experience in advising and servicing clients ranging from individuals to large corporations.

Getting the right advice on all aspects of your financial planning has always been important but arguably never more important than now. Initial conversations or meetings with us are always free of charge and are without any obligation whatsoever.

Whether you're looking to start a savings plan, have a lump sum to invest, want to talk about retirement planning or look at a benefits package for your employees, we have the experience and ability to help.

Most of the advice we give is without any direct charge to our clients as product providers generally pay commissions, but we are equally happy to work on a fee basis if this is more appropriate.

Call Island Financial Solutions now, or click here to email us, and a member of the team will contact you shortly.

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