The Big Interview: TJ&P's Tim Whiting on becoming the 'One Ham Yard' of London IFAs

Company launched in 1995

Lauren Mason
clock • 5 min read

Editor Lauren Mason speaks to Tim Whiting, the founder and managing director of Timothy James & Partners (TJ&P), which is a London-based independent financial advice firm acquired by Waverton in 2019.

"I literally founded Timothy James & Partners on my Natwest Gold card. I don't own a house, I don't own a car. I have never desired any particular sort of capital - I have always liked building things," TJ&P's Tim Whiting tells Investment Week. The managing director and founder first launched the West End-based advisory firm in 1995 at the age of 27, having purchased his first IFA business at the age of 21. Big Interview with Maxime Carmignac: Retaining talent is crucial for survival "I started in financial services at age 17 in the field of ‘right to buy' for council homes; I used...

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