Mortgage & Equity Release Advice Specialists

Regents Court Financial

We provide a personal service to individual and business clients, based on a thorough understanding of each, to which we apply the knowledge and experience built up over many years.

We will carry out a regular review of our recommended arrangements to ensure that these continue to meet your needs.

Our clients are at the heart of our business. It is our responsibility to make sure that the advice we give and the plans arranged are fully understood. If you feel you require additional information, just get in touch.

We do not make a charge for an initial consultation.

Andrew Clothier,
Cert CII (MP). Cert PFS. Cert CII (ER)


Andrew Clothier, Financial Advisor

Important Common Questions

Equity release is a way of using your home to generate income – without having to downsize. Equity release mortgages work by allowing you to unlock the equity in your home in the form of a tax-free lump sum payment or payments.

What are your plans for retirement?

Will you have enough?

How is it arranged, and is it safe?

What measurements can you take to protect your estate, should the worst happen?

How can you protect your estate and your beneficiarys’ inheritance – consider everything from unceccessary inheritance taxes to scams and fraud.

These are all questions we can advise on. Get in touch now for independent professional advice.

Regents Court Financial

Our Core Values

Providing honest, friendly advice and focusing on the client











Team work


Equity Release Plans

Equity Release

Equity Release can be used to release tax free cash from your bricks and mortar.


There are over 2,000 different mortgage plans from which to choose. Which one is right for you?

Family Protection

Protecting our families is one of the most basic instincts. So making sure that they are provided for financially, should anything happen to the breadwinner, is of prime importance.

Business Protection

Regents Court Financial has years of experience in helping businesses identify potential financial threats and to ensure that plans are put in place to minimise their impact.

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