Nick Robinson

Director and Chartered Financial Planner

I have eight years’ working experience in the financial services profession. I specialise in pension planning, wealth management, inheritance tax planning / tax planning, financial planning and cashflow planning.

I work with high net worth individuals and families, business owners, individuals with complicated financial arrangements and internationally mobile individuals.

Outside of work

I like to spend my spare time with my loved ones as well as pursuing my interests, which include reading, socialising, travelling and sports. My favourite sport to follow is cricket.

However, the sport I participate in most actively is climbing/bouldering. I really enjoy the mental and physical challenge it provides, and I’ve been struck by the friendly camaraderie within the climbing community – strangers are genuinely happy for you to succeed (often providing guidance) irrespective of the level at which you can climb.

Qualifications

Spotlight questions

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On an ideal weekend, you can find me:

Enjoying nice food and great company!

My favourite holiday destination is:

Anywhere in Asia.

My favourite song to play in the car is:

‘Seven Nation Army’ – The White Stripes.

The first album I bought was:

‘The best of’ – Blur.

If I could be any fictional character, I would be:

Indiana Jones.

If I could turn any activity into an Olympic sport, I would win a medal in:

Debating.

When the dessert menu arrives, I’m looking for:

Eton Mess.

The three qualities that draw me to new people are:

A warm smile. Sense of humour. Friendliness.

My pet peeve is:

Discourteous drivers.

The best gift I’ve ever received is:

My grandad regularly saved a small amount of money and gave it to me as an 18th birthday present. It instilled in me a respect for saving and investing which I will carry with me for the rest of my life.

The three people at my dream dinner party would be:

Leonardo Da Vinci. Marie Curie. Aristotle.

The three small things that make my day better are:

Laughter. Loved ones. Dinner.

My proudest moment as a Financial Planner was:

Seeing the relief and happiness in a client once they realised that they could now retire and live the retirement they wanted, rather than stay stressed in a highly paid job. It’s what financial planning is for – allowing clients to realise their aspirations by providing guidance and reassurance.

The three things I love most about my job are:

Meeting with clients. Putting together a great plan. Working with my colleagues.

The types of people I most enjoy working with are:

Friendly, but driven people. People who want to be the best they can be.

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