About Steve Harwood-Gray

Steve Harwood-Gray

LLB.(Hons)

As a Chartered Financial Adviser, I have experience in a wide range of financial planning issues.

About

I have a degree in law from Kings College London and worked for four years as a police officer in Notting Hill before switching careers to work in finance at Panasonic’s European HQ where I was the treasury accountant and then financial controller qualifying as a Chartered Management Accountant in 2003.

With the arrival of my family, I began lecturing in risk management, strategy and law before becoming a financial adviser in 2006. After creating BWF in 2009, I qualified as a Chartered Financial Planner in 2012.

I also volunteer for the Princes Trust as a mentor to young people who are attempting to build a business.

As a father and husband, I don’t know the meaning of spare time, but I do have a large whisky collection and named my son ‘Bowmore’.

Testimonials

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From our very first meeting, Steve exuded confidence in both detailing and outlining all available options in a very clear and precise manner. His investigations into our current financial outgoings were especially completed with utmost care and consideration which gave my wife and myself absolute ...
William Giles

Accreditations

Prestigious industry status recognises the value I place on my development and gives clients the confidence that they are supported by one of the UK’s leading wealth professionals.
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