Chase de Vere has announced the launch of Chase de Vere Medical, a service focused on providing independent financial advice to the medical profession.
The Company has huge experience in providing financial advice to medical practitioners, having worked in partnership with the British Medical Association (BMA) since 2005 and given advice to 12,000 BMA members.
Chase de Vere has 75 independent financial advisers who specialise in this area and who have extensive knowledge of the personal finance challenges facing medical professionals, including an in-depth understanding of the complexities of the NHS pension scheme, career paths and family benefits.
They currently run over 100 seminars and 600 worksite events for BMA members each year, largely focused on retirement planning and understanding the NHS Pension Scheme.
This is because retirement planning for medical professionals can be very complicated and is often misunderstood. With Chase de Vere’s expertise they can help to make everything much clearer and ensure that attendees are making the right retirement planning choices.
Chasedeveremedical.co.uk is a hub of valuable information for doctors, from how to get the most out of their NHS pension and retire on their own terms, to protecting financially what matters most, to finding the best deal on their mortgage, and making their money work harder. There are also details of educational events and seminars that Chase de Vere is hosting and doctors will have access a wide range of financial insights and guides.
Andrea Sproates, Head of Chase de Vere Medical, said: “We have provided exceptional financial advice and service to medical professionals for the past 13 years. However, despite our undoubted resources and capabilities in this area, we have been largely hiding our light under a bushel.
“With the launch of Chase de Vere Medical, we are making our service and expertise more recognisable and confirming our message loud and clear, that when it comes to independent financial advice for medical professionals, we are the ‘go to’ experts.”