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Michael Ulrich Hartmann

Michael Ulrich Hartmann

Michael Ulrich Hartmann help individuals, businesses and trustees manage their finances. We help you look to the future with confidence, making smart and informed decisions with your money today that ensures you can look ahead with confidence.

We tailor investment portfolios and solutions, keeping all your professional advisers fully informed. Where clients need the help of expert legal assistance, discretionary fund managers or accounting professionals, we can use our extensive network of connections to find the right professional for you.

What we do for you depends on whether you are looking for financial help for you personally, for your business or for a trust of which you are a trustee.

We understand that each individual is different, therefore we specifically tailor each investment strategy to suit your individual needs.

Michael Ulrich Hartmann currently employs over 200 people world wide. In the course of advising some of our larger corporate clients we travel to countries all over the globe, while our financial planners boast experience and high levels of qualifications combined with youthful vigour.

Our advisers have an average of around 20 years of experience in the financial services industry and are fully committed to delivering expert independent financial advice for our clients.

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