Fisher Investments UK is the trading name of Fisher Investments Europe Limited used in the UK. Fisher Investments Europe was established in London, England in 2000. Fisher Investments UK offers the portfolio management services of its parent company, Fisher Investments, an independent money management firm in the US founded in 1979 by investment guru Ken Fisher. Today, Fisher Investments and its affiliates oversee more than £71 billion in assets for over 40,000 private clients and 181 institutional clients globally.*
The global Fisher organisation distinguishes itself by putting clients first, providing world-class service, and taking a personalised approach. Quite simply, our goal is to help you achieve your long-term goals.
Fisher Investments develops and manages globally diversified portfolios for each client, aligned with personal goals and objectives. Portfolios are managed with an investment practice deeply rooted in a proprietary time-tested, top-down process and philosophy. Unlike banks, which juggle investment management alongside a multitude of other complex services, Fisher Investments focuses on portfolio management. This specialisation offers a superior option for those looking for asset management.
Along the way, Fisher Investments delivers world-class client service – keeping you informed and helping you stay on track. You will receive a dedicated Investment Counsellor who understands your personal situation, and proactively reaches out to you to ensure your needs are being met. You will also have access to an array of educational materials and programmes designed to enrich your experience.
Learn more about Fisher Investments background, management team and why it has been recognised as a top financial advisor by several industry publications.
UK Stewardship Code
How we discharge our responsibilities under the UK Stewardship Code of the Financial Planning Council.
* As of 30/04/2018. Includes assets under management of Fisher Investments, its subsidiaries and affiliates.
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