The Private Office is led by a team of financial advisers who have worked together for more than a decade, first for one of Europe's leading practices and now as The Private Office. We have a personal relationship with every client: each one receives the special attention of one partner and the combined knowledge and experience of us all.

Serviced Areas

  • Nationwide

Contact Details

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  City Leeds
  Postcode LS1 5DE
  Address No 2 The Bourse
  Phone Number 0845-145-0115

Social Activity

In our latest blog, adviser, Nick Barraclough, outlines the difference between independent and restricted financial advice: http://www.theprivateofficellp.com/news-events-and-publications/news/yr-2015/the-difference-between-independent-and-restricted-advice.aspx
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Congratulations to all who took part in our Yorkshire 3 peaks challenge this weekend. A brilliant day in aid of some brilliant #charities!To donate, please go to: www.justgiving.com/TPOThreePeaksChallengeor www.justgiving.com/TPOThreePeaks
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We have an exciting new role availablein our London office for a Financial Administrator. To apply, go to: https://lnkd.in/dSJvGZ9 #werehiring
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Adviser, Guy Austin, looks at how local authorities prove deliberate deprivation of assets for care-cost purposes: http://www.theprivateofficellp.com/news-events-and-publications/news/yr-2015/deliberate-deprivation-of-assets.aspx#longtermcareplanning
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The Private Office is going the distance for the Alzheimer's Society: in September 15 members of our Leeds branch will be walking Yorkshire's 3 tallest peaks in aid of the Alzheimer's Society and Teenage Cancer Trust (LGI). Show your support
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Where does your pension go when you die? Partner, Nigel Yeo, looks at the importance of revisiting your existing pension arrangements in the wake of the pensions reforms. To read this article and more in Issue 4 of our newsletter, TPO Insight, click here:
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Earlier this month we issued our commentary on the summer budget 2015.In this commentary we cover: - Budget highlights - Personal taxation - Pensions and savings - Inheritance tax (IHT) - Business taxes - Tax simplification - Anti-avoidance measures -
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This event will look at the changes to the financial landscape in the wake of the General Election. With a principle focus on its effect on the global markets, our anticipated changes under a new or reformed government and how, or if, the pensions reform
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