Philip J Milton DipFS CFPCM Chartered MCSI FPFS FCIB
Chartered Wealth Manager | Fellow Of The Personal Finance Society | Fellow Of The Chartered Institute Of Bankers
Managing Director

Upon leaving school at sixteen, Philip joined one of the leading high street banks and quickly gained his banking qualifications. He founded Philip J Milton & Company in 1985, starting out from a room in his parents’ home in Georgeham. Philip manages the Company’s discretionary funds and is one of the longest-standing managers of the same funds in the whole industry. Philip has amongst the highest level qualifications in the industry including an MBA, Certified Financial Planner and Chartered Wealth Manager. Philip has lived in North Devon all his life and is well-known in business and community circles being involved in many activities away from work too. He has also stood for Parliament but has retired from that pursuit now. He has been happily married to Helen since 1991 and they have four children.

Natural income, expensive homes and farewell Neighbours  

Well it’s been better news on the markets these last few weeks, following the dismal conditions up till then. There is some dreadfully attractive value out there though. However, for the UK and underpinning our mantra regarding ‘natural sustainable income’ from your investments, dividends are holding-up really well. There were some large one-off payments last year, but […]

It’s not all doom and gloom

The candidates are being whittled-down. Different promises are being made and it is clear they can do ‘something’ on short-term economics too. They don’t seem to realise however that doling out cash benefits doesn’t cut the headline inflation rate as does cutting the taxes on the commodities we buy (which then cuts future inflationary cost […]

Political shenanigans & stable UK markets

So I grab a week’s trip to visit our daughter in Malta doing a four-week Elective in the Valetta Hospital and I can’t trust you to look after our Prime Minister in that time. I don’t know. The markets and currency have been most resilient – as an ‘uncertainty’ about the possible ongoing uncertainty is […]