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Specialist Advice For Doctors

Many firms claim to specialise in advising medical professionals. Not all are independent, so cannot offer whole of market advice. Few boast the same experience and capability as Chase de Vere. None are endorsed by the British Medical Association.

Chase de Vere is the force behind BMA Independent Financial Advice and the only firm approved by the British Medical Association to provide independent financial advice to its members. With our tenure now in its thirteenth year, we are proud to have advised more than 12,000 BMA members.

Our dedicated, specialist advisers can advise you on matters ranging from making the best use of your NHS or USS pension scheme; investing your money for growth or income*; borrowing for a property purchase; or protecting your wealth from tax, death, sickness or injury.

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Important information

Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate tax advice

*You should remember that the value of an investment and the income from it could go down as well as up. The return at the end of the investment period is not guaranteed and you may get back less than you originally invested.

“BMA Independent Financial Advice pride themselves on maintaining high levels of knowledge, not only around pensions but also medical career paths and other relevant areas in order that they can offer tailored and specialist independent advice to their clients.”

Professor David Sowden