Corporate clients are and always have been integral to both the insurance and financial services arms of Hudson Foster.
Ever since 1970 we have specialised in the corporate market and have provided advice and solutions to literally hundreds of companies. Our current clients include two Plc’s and range in size from 1,500 employees to Partnerships and sole traders. Our clients are also spread all over the UK, from Dunfermline in the North to Brighton in the South!
Whether you require advice on insurance, financial planning or both, we know we have the people and expertise to provide your business with a bespoke solution. Of equal importance is the way in which we look after our clients on an ongoing basis. Providing first-class levels of service ensures our clients remain with us for the long term.
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We provide corporate clients with advice and management expertise in all the key areas that affect the financial security both of the company and its employees.
We provide advice and guidance to thousands of individuals in the key areas of insurance and financial planning that are so important to their financial future.
How We Work
We cater for wealthy individuals, business owners and high earners and cover every aspect of their financial planning requirements.
"Hudson Foster looked after us from start to finish"
"I have no hesitation in recommending Hudson Foster"
"Hudson Foster showed me how to maximise the returns on my accumulated profits in a tax efficient manner"
"The claims handling and overall service has been first class each and every time."
"I can strongly recommend them to any business that requires a top level of service"
"They have always looked after my interests and I would not hesitate to recommend them to anyone"
"I always receive a friendly and helpful service"
"I receive a review on a much more regular basis which provides me with peace of mind and trust in my adviser"
"As a result of the advice we were given we saved a small fortune"