Chillingstone House,
26 Eastwood Road, Rayleigh, Essex, SS6 7JQ
t: 01268 749 880 - For your protection all calls are recorded

Due to the Coronavirus Lockdown starting on 5th January our office is temporarily closed, but we are still here to help.

In the first instance please email info@josephlamb.co.uk, where we have a team of people to deal with your enquiry. If you do not have access to email, please call 01268 749880, leave your name, number and a brief message after the beep and we will call you back when we are able.

If you need to send us something or drop anything into the office, please use the black post box attached to the railings at the front. We are finding post takes a little longer to send, receive and be dealt with by other companies, such as product providers, at the moment so please bear with us, we will ensure your enquiry is dealt with.

For our D-PIMS clients, rest assured we have put measures in place so that the D-PIMS team are able to make any changes required, just as before, and continue to closely monitor your investments.


D-PIMS Weekly Market Update - Week of 16th to 23rd September 2019

Today’s Monday Update: Over the last week Brexit talks seemed to step-up a gear, but unsurprisingly no concrete progress was apparent:- Read more

D-PIMS Weekly Market Update - Week of 9th to 15th September 2019

Today’s Monday Update: Over the last week the two usual suspects of Brexit and Trade Wars featured heavily:- Read more

D-PIMS Weekly Market Update - Week of 2nd to 8th September 2019

Today’s Monday update: The last week has seen a lot of news reporting over Brexit, but unfortunately for all the sensational headlines, we seem no closer to an answer to an actual solution:- Read more

D-PIMS Weekly Market Update - Week of 26th to 2nd September 2019

Today’s Weekly Update: In the last week’s financial news Trade and Brexit seemed to dominate, for a change! :- Read more

D-PIMS Weekly Market Update - Week of 19th to 25th August 2019

Today’s weekly update: The last week’s financial news seemed to be dominated by the three usual suspects; Trade Tensions; Fed rate policy and of course Brexit:- Read more

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