Financial advice you can trust

Even for the experienced, sorting out your finances can be complex. At Hathaway Financial Services, trading as NI Money in Belfast, we can give you the expert financial guidance you need, right from the start of your journey.

We also understand that the right financial advice has to be backed up by financial products that offer the right features at the right price for you. 

Every new journey involves decisions. Which route is best? What will you need to make you reach your destination? We will give you face-to face advice and clear recommendations that will help you plan for your financial future.  We are also independent mortgage advisers.

Whether you need mortgage advice, life insurance, investment advice, pension advice or a range of financial planning matters, your journey starts here at Hathaway Financial Services in Belfast.

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Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage
Our fee for this service is £300 or 0.5% of the loan amount, if greater. Typically this will be £300.

Personal Finance

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's markets watchdog has proposed stricter rules for people who advise customers who want to switch from a defined benefit pension plan to a scheme that relies on investment performance.
LONDON (Reuters) - The Bank of England moved closer to ending its decade-long emergency support for Britain's economy on Wednesday when its chief economist, Andy Haldane, said he was likely to vote for an interest rate hike this year.
LONDON (Reuters) - The Bank of England reported on Wednesday that consumers were under growing pressure form rising inflation, but business investment plans had strengthened and sterling weakness was boosting export volumes.
LONDON (Reuters) - Now is not the time to raise interest rates, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said on Tuesday, warning that already weak wage growth risked a further loss of momentum as Britain prepares to leave the European Union.
LONDON (Reuters) - The Bank of England shocked financial markets on Thursday when it said three of its policymakers voted for an interest rate hike, the closest it has come to raising rates since 2007, despite signs of a slowdown in Britain's economy.