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Flowers McEwan is a financial planning practice based in Leeds with clients right across the UK. We have many years of experience in wealth management and particular expertise in the area of ethical investment.



We are here to provide you with objective counsel on how to achieve your financial goals, coaching on how to handle your money and comprehensive, independent financial advice.

“I would like to thank you for holding my hand these last 18 months, I am deeply grateful for your steadying influence and advice”. Mrs A.B.


Managing money is not an end itself. Money is a tool for helping you achieve what really matters in your life. So let us help you work out what you really want to do and then how best to organize your finances to make it happen.

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Our Wealth Management service is for your life journey: we want to understand where you are now (your circumstances), where you want to be (your goals) and how best to help you get there (your financial plan).

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Usually a major life event triggers the need to get some advice. Receiving an inheritance, selling a business, landing a well paid job, getting married, having children, bereavement, retirement.

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Our Wealth Management service works really well if: you have investments or pension funds with a total value over £1,000,000 (our minimum is £500,000); or you earn over £100,000pa; or your financial affairs are complex and you need comprehensive advice.

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Recent news from Flowers McEwan

  • 16Jan

    January 2019 – Client Newsmail


    All of us at Flowers McEwan would like to wish you a successful but not-too-exciting investment year ahead. In this exciting newsmail we have: some calming investment counsel for unpredictable times; a nudge to check that you’re not meant to be submitting a tax return; a sorry tale of fraud; and an almost-too-good-to-be true (but...

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  • 16Jan

    How to achieve an unbelievable savings goal


    I was recently reminded of some wise but simple advice about how to save. Warning: this advice is hard (like brushing your teeth and hitting your step target each day) and boring (in the short term, like watching your garden grow). Carl Richards (I’ve anglicised his article a little) is an interesting financial blogger and...

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