About Us

Longbon & Company is a privately-owned and independent financial services company, advising and managing in excess of £60 million of private client investments. We provide unfettered, unbiased and independent advice to individuals, families and companies. Andrew Longbon established Longbon & Company in 2009 following a 25-year career in the City of London advising and managing client wealth.

Longbon & Company seeks to steer its clients safely through financial minefields by providing clear, concise and reliable advice and execution. We strive to meet the objectives of our clients by judicious management of your assets and with continual appraisal of your circumstances.

Andrew Longbon, Director 

Andrew Longbon has worked in financial services for over 35 years. Andrew started his career by working in the City for various investment companies and has been advising private clients and managing investment portfolios within private banking and stockbroking firms since 1990, wherein he held senior positions.  By bringing this experience and skill set together Longbon & Company was launched in 2009, and since then the firm have won 6 industry leading awards, most recently having been awarded a place in the coveted Citywire New Model Adviser Top 100 for 2020, recognising the very best advice firms from around the country.

“Spending a lot of time with my clients, taking the trouble to understand precisely what is expected from both parties and to nurture both the relationship and the portfolio is the key to Longbon & Company’s success.  It is with this ethos that Longbon & Company has built solid, long term relationships with clients.” Andrew Longbon, Longbon & Company.

The firm has a clearly defined succession plan. The core elements of the plan are:

1) a stated retirement age of the executive;

2) the nurturing of talent from within so that they are able to undertake a client-facing role;

3) the acquisition of talent from outside to complement those inside;

4) to maintain the status and ethos of a family firm;

5) to rebuke the advances of predator firms.