Welcome to MAFS

Advice that evolves with the times and your needs

Martin Aitken Financial Services, a subsidiary of Martin Aitken & Co, provides expert and independent financial, pensions, and protection advice for individuals, businesses, and charities. Our experienced Independent Financial Advisers offer top-notch advice on business and personal financial planning.

We prioritise helping you make the right financial decisions for yourself, your family, and your business, backed by our strong reputation for excellent advice and ongoing service.


Proven, experienced and expert team of IFA’s

Our experienced independent financial advisers have a collective industry-wide experience of over 80 years. Supported by a skilled team of paraplanners and support staff, we have made substantial investments in technology, software, and training.
This enables us to deliver comprehensive financial plans that align with your needs, aspirations, and objectives. Our holistic approach ensures that we consider all your requirements and provide personalised recommendations tailored specifically to you.


Independent advice and solutions

We offer completely independent financial solutions in all areas of business and personal financial planning. Whether it's wealth management, estate planning, personal financial planning, protection, retirement planning, or inheritance tax mitigation, we are not bound to any specific financial institutions.

Regular reviews of your financial arrangements and personal circumstances are vital components of the financial planning process.


Advice that evolves with the times and your needs

We understand that circumstances, legislation, taxation, and product developments can change unexpectedly. That's why we prioritise regular reviews to ensure our recommendations and advice remain relevant to you.

Additionally, we collaborate with you to determine your attitude and tolerance towards investment risk, allowing us to develop tailored solutions that satisfy your unique needs.

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