Sterling & Law Ealing is a firm of Independent Financial Advisers. We specialise in providing pension and investment advice to individuals and businesses.
Charles Scholefield MA (Cantab) Dip PFS is the practice principal. Charles is highly qualified and has been established in Ealing as a financial adviser for over 17 years. He has been an independent financial adviser with Sterling & Law Group for almost 10 years.
Lorraine Horan is a fully qualified Financial and Mortgage Adviser, including Equity Release. Lorraine has been working in the Financial Services Sector since 2000, in Insurance,- Underwriting and Accounts Management, before moving into Financial Advice in 2003. She has significant experience of dealing with private clients, employers and limited companies. Lorraine began her Financial Advising career with Foresters Life, before moving to Halifax /Lloyds Bank, where she worked for ten years. Lorraine spent three years as a Mortgage Adviser with NatWest, before returning to Financial Advice with Prudential, before joining Sterling and Law in January 2020.
As independent financial advisers we are not tied to any financial institutions and it is our goal to provide you with the best possible financial solutions from the whole of the market. Being part of the Sterling & Law Group ensures that we have access to the high quality research facilities required to fulfil this objective.
We have built a very strong reputation in Ealing and the West London area over this time and our client base has grown largely by word of mouth as well as through introductions from local accountants and solicitors.
Our success is built on keeping our clients happy. We achieve this by providing a regular review service to all our pension and investment clients. This means that the advice you will receive is not just a ‘one-off’ but a ‘new beginning’ backed up by a lifetime of support and advice.
The first meeting with us is free and we are happy to come to you. We can be paid for our advice either by way of commissions or fees and we will explain the likely cost of advice at our first meeting.