Palantir Financial Planning Ltd was founded by Eamonn Prendergast. Palantir Financial Planning Ltd is an appointed representative of Quilter Financial Services Limited and Quilter Mortgage Planning Limited which are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. We work with both individuals and companies to achieve long term financial success.
At Palantir Financial Planning Ltd we work back from the client and therefore we offer financial advice with no focus on the product until we get to ‘know our clients’.
Eamonn Graduated from University with a 2:1 with Hons in Business Studies. He went on to take his first regulated financial exams as a qualified investment advisor in 2001 and continues to this day to sit exams to maintain his knowledge of current legislation and regulations. Eamonn has worked for a number of high profile investment banks including, Bank of Canada, Bank of America and for over 8 years at Merrill Lynch. His experience of dealing with financial products and investments have allowed him to gain an invaluable knowledge and understanding of how the markets operate .
Eamonn has run a number of successful businesses including property development and marketing companies. Years of experience in business has contributed to his success in assisting clients to achieve their financial goals. The world of personal finance has become evermore complex so information needs be communicated in a jargon free way in order that the client can gain a sound understanding.
Palantir Financial Planning Ltd is a member of Quilter Financial Services Network which is owned by Old Mutual. Old Mutual is a FTSE 100 company with over 170 years in the finance industry. In 2016 they delivered Net Client Cash Flow (NCCF) of £5.2 billion which produced an adjusted operating profit of £260 million.
We offer a free no obligation initial consultation in which you can have an open and honest conversation with a regulated company to determine if we can assist with your future financial plans.
Palantir translated means “Farsighted”