The Founder of this high level investment and financial planning consultancy, has been awarded the Top Practice Award in their category by a FTSE 100 wealth management company.
This family owned and operated wealth management practice was founded by Darron Childs in 2002. DCP have considerable experience advising Individuals, Business Owners and Trustees, in often highly complex financial planning areas, such a Pension Drawdown, Investment Portfolio's and Trust Planning. Over the last few years the Practice has gently expanded, in the process, creating local jobs for local people. The business works exclusively with established clients, and introductions from existing clients, essentially managing investments and providing on-going financial planning advice. The Practice also works with a network of Solicitors and Accountants providing additional support for high level clients.
DCP are also great supporters of the local economy. Previously, Darron's work in the community was recognised at the 2016 West Lindsey's Community Awards with The Chairman's Civic Award presented to both Darron and Thelma Childs to recognise their work with The Delvers local history group over the years. 2017 marked the 20th anniversary of The Delvers local history Blue Plaque Trail which celebrates this subject.
Clients of the Practice benefit from an exclusive calendar of events, which are designed to entertain and educate. Events are held at interesting venues including The Lindens, the former Dower House at Lea, which Darron helped save and restore with family member, Simon Beacock, winning an English Heritage, Angel Award in 2013.
Over the last few years The Darron Childs Practice & Friends have raised thousands of pounds for charitable causes, involving a diverse range of sponsored activities such as a Sky-dive, the Ten Tours challenge, and a Jurassic Coastline Peaks and Dales big walk.
The value of an investment with St. James's Place will be directly linked to the performance of the funds you select and the value can therefore go down as well as up. You may get back less than you invested.
Trusts are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
English Heritage Angel Award
Chairmans Civic Award