Welcome to Appletree Financial Solutions Ltd

Since 1999 we have aimed to achieve excellence well above the standard of our profession, helping our clients to Create, Protect and Manage their money. We offer clear, precise and professional planning in an uncertain financial world.

The financial advice process we offer helps provide solutions for all types of people and circumstances, no matter how much time, money, or knowledge they have. This process is powered by expert technical knowledge, honest values and principles, leading edge technology and most importantly, outstanding customer service.

Our mission is to provide you with the ability to identify your life goals and then help you plan for them. And because life doesn’t stand still, we prefer to nurture long-term relationships built on trust which means we can always be there to give the guidance and support needed, no matter what life throws at you.

Openwork Wrap
Monitor your investments on the Openwork Wrap.
Monitor your investments on the Zurich platform.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage
We charge a fee of between NIL and 1% of the loan amount. Typically this will be £295.

Personal Finance

LONDON - British investors' allocations to UK equities rose to 16-month highs in November but they dumped U.S. stocks and bonds ahead of a likely interest rate rise there next month, a Reuters poll of investors showed.
LONDON (Reuters) - The British public's expectations for inflation over the coming year fell to a six-month-low in November, according to a survey published on Monday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britons spent 1.1 billion pounds shopping online on "Black Friday" last week, an increase of 36 percent on the previous year, according to an estimate published by retail researcher Experian-IMRG.
LONDON (Reuters) - British consumer credit continued to grow during October at rates not seen since 2006, while mortgage approvals edged up, Bank of England data showed on Monday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Bank of England policymaker Gertjan Vlieghe said in a newspaper interview published on Saturday he was relaxed about waiting longer before deciding to raise interest rates from record low levels.