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Edinburgh financial advisers

Sutherland Independent are a leading team of experienced financial advisers providing independent financial advice to help you to achieve your lifelong goals.

As co-owners of Sutherland Independent Ltd since 2007, Jason and Ruth Betteridge are proud of their firm and its thriving team, which is based in the heart of the beautiful city of Edinburgh.

Having been awarded Chartered status in 2014, the company is one of a select few who hold the highest qualification a financial planning firm can achieve.

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What does it mean to be a Chartered Financial Planning firm?

Our team

We have an elite squad of financial planners, each with more than 20 years’ experience. They are strongly supported by a highly qualified back office team whose aim is to make your experience with us as seamless as possible. Find out more about our full team here.

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Our promise
  • We’ll be open and clear with you at all times – we’ll meet with you regularly and are always available should you need us.
  • We’ll make you aware of all the possible options – we’re fully independent and so are only interested in finding the best outcome for you.
  • We’ll help you make the right decisions – based on your own unique needs and goals.
  • We’ll be there for you during market highs and lows – to reassure you and help you steer a steady course.
Our values

Our culture is based on one thing – that people matter – whether you’re a client or part of our team. We want people to feel listened to, appreciated and valued. At Sutherland Independent, we make sure our team members’ objectives are linked to those of the company, which means everyone is integral to the success of the business and accountable for what they do. 

We also like to give something back: in 2017 we raised substantial funds to help the homeless by taking part in Social Bite’s Sleep in the Park. We also recently provided headline sponsorship for the Make Seconds Count Ball, which raised £50,000 for cancer research.