Faye Silver

About Faye Silver

Branch Principal and Wealth Manager - Raymond James, Hitchin. Faye has worked at Raymond James in Hitchin since August 2004. She recently passed her CISI Investment Advice Diploma and in February 2017 became FCA registered as a Wealth Manager and joint Branch Principal of the Hitchin office. As Branch Principal, she heads Client Services and will be familiar to many clients as she manages the new business process and is responsible for the production of client reviews and reports. Faye has a high profile within the local community through her work with local schools, fundraising and community events. She lives in Hitchin, with her husband Phil, their daughters Evie and Mia and their newest addition, Saroo the Cockapoo puppy.

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Investor Insight April 2017

A Busy Year Already – Welcome Spring! It has been full steam ahead since the start of 2017, and we are proud to have welcomed many new clients to the Hitchin office. The news headlines continue to bring very little in positivity, with the increase in terror attacks dominating our daily lives, however the markets […]

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Caring by Numbers – John’s Story

There is no doubt that the life of a Wealth Manager is a privileged one. I am not referring to money or financial gain, but the privilege of getting to know and help our clients. The Hitchin community is culturally diverse and this is reflected in the wonderful mix of professions, talents, and characters we […]

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BUDGET NEWSLETTER

This Budget was Mr Hammond’s first – and last – Spring Budget. From now on Budgets will take place in Autumn and there will be a financial statement each Spring. Thus, the next Budget is probably a little over eight months away although, as 2016 revealed, much can happen even over such a brief period. […]

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Investor Insight – January 2017

A Happy and Prosperous New Year! 2016 will remain a poignant year for various reasons, it certainly had its fair share of drama. It looks like 2017 is set to be equally exciting as we watch the outcome of last year’s votes unfold here in the UK, Europe and across the pond. Read more in […]

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Chocolate Reality Check

For any child, Christmas morning is immense. Growing up in the 70s, my stocking was one of Dad’s socks (as they were the biggest), and I would wake to see it at the end of my bed filled with satsumas, walnuts and handfuls of chocolates from the Quality Street tin. As I grew older and […]

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