Our Lincolnshire based firm was established in 1997 by Ken Tunstall and we have been providing pensions and investment advice to individuals and businesses ever since.

Who we are

Over the last decade the firm has expanded to include specialists in insurance, mortgages and protection as well as wealth management. Despite increasing our areas of expertise we remain a relatively small firm, and deliberately so. We are passionate about building enduring relationships with a select number of clients as we believe that this ensures we can provide a unique, personalised service to every customer.

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What we do

We help people articulate and quantify their dream lifestyle and then we help them achieve as much of it as possible.

We arrange your savings, pensions and life assurance policies into a coordinated plan. If you don’t have some (or any) of these then we help you fill in the gaps.

We make sure that, where possible, you’ve protected your own lifestyle and that of your family so that if you face a catastrophe that creates a financial crisis, then we have things already in place that prevent it from having a significant impact on your lifestyle.

What it costs

The initial consultation is at our cost. We are instinctively interested in you and your financial objectives. Whatever the outcome of the conversation, we will have benefited from the encounter so be assured, there is no obligation to proceed. Nothing ventured, nothing gained.

The next phase is at our expense and usually involves in depth information gathering.

We will then be able to explain what fees, if any, will be associated with the recommendations that we may make. In most cases, our fees can be paid out of your investments.

If the service that you opt for involves a new mortgage, life assurance or other insurance product, then we will usually receive a payment from the product provider.

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PROUD TO BE PART OF

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Openwork is one of the largest financial advice businesses in the UK, ever-present in the financial advice market for over 45 years. Because of their rich heritage, they have the know-how and experience to understand what it really takes to provide a secure home for high quality, customer-focused advisers.

Their size and scale also means they can do things differently. Take their investment company, Omnis Investments, as an example.

Omnis funds are available exclusively to Openwork Advisers, like Tunstall Financial Management, and our clients. Thanks to their significant asset flows, they’ve attracted what we believe to be some of the very best fund managers in the market to manage our clients’ money.

You should not use past performance as a reliable indicator of future performance. It should not be the main or sole reason for making an investment decision. The value of investments and any income from them can fall as well as rise. You may not get back the amount you originally invested.

Their mortgage offering provides access to a comprehensive range of mortgages from across the market. It also includes exclusive deals from some of the UK’s leading brands. Meanwhile, their protection and general insurance providers have been carefully selected to deliver a winning combination of quality, innovation and competitive pricing.

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

Tunstall Financial Management is a trading name of Kenneth Peter Tunstall which is an appointed representative of Openwork Limited who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority

Our Community

We are proud to support our local community and our advisers volunteer as trustees and directors of local charities and sports groups. Part of our decision to become an appointed representative of.
Openwork was because they share this passion which is epitomised in the way that they support vulnerable children and adults in the UK and overseas through The Openwork Foundation.

The Openwork Foundation