What does this mean?
It means that Pareto and its team of award-winning advisers are wholly committed to providing a high level of explicit responsible service, no matter what your circumstances are.
By signing the FVT charter you can be assured that we and our advisers are bound by its nine principles, namely:
- Make advice as transparent and as easy to understand as possible
- Place you, the client and your interests above all else
- Understand how your circumstances might make you vulnerable
- Not to make judgements and assumptions about you
- Not label or pigeon hole you
- Deal with you sensitively and with care in a timely manner
- Adapt and review our processes, while maintain your confidentiality
- Ensure our staff are knowledgeable and always appropriately trained
- Take appropriate action if you are in difficulty
By maintaining and evolving the highest professional standards we ensure that our customers receive the best service possible and are recognised as a “Safe pair of hands”.
Lucas Jones, Technical Services Manager, Pareto Financial Planning, said: “Life changes, especially in times of economic upheaval and uncertainty can leave people vulnerable. At Pareto we have always put our clients’ individual circumstances front and centre of everything we do and our commitment to the FVT charter underscores this unwavering focus,”
To find out more about the Personal Finance Society (PFS) and the Financial Vulnerability Taskforce (FVT) and The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), please visit the following links:
Personal circumstances differ and not all of this information is applicable to every client and/or their business, this information is general in nature and should not be relied upon without seeking specific professional financial advice.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) does not regulate tax advice, estate planning, trusts or will writing.
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