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 12th to 18th August 2019

Today’s Monday Update: Despite Parliament being on ‘summer recess’ there seemed to be a lot of ‘noise’ around Brexit:- Read more

D-PIMS Weekly Market Update - Week of 29th July to 4th August 2019

Today’s Monday Update: The main news flow over the last week was less good than recently:- Read more

D-PIMS Weekly Market Update - Week of 22nd to 28th July 2019

Today’s Monday Update: The main news last week centred around the Conservative leadership result:- Read more

D-PIMS Weekly Market Update - Week of 15th to 21st July 2019

Today’s Monday Update:There was not a great deal of economic news last week but a few events: Read more

Financial Times Adviser Awards

We are delighted to announce that we were awarded 31st place in the top 100 Financial advisers in the UK, at this year’s Financial Times Adviser Awards. This is an improvement of 7 places on last year, but more important than the simple ranking is the fact that the FT have changed their assessment process. Size mattered under the old ‘rules’, but now they include qualitative assessments based on retaining client money, experience and complaints. This has meant we have moved up the rankings whilst most of the large national firms, especially the Banks have fallen. Put simply, if you want to be properly looked after you need to deal with a firm like ours, one with enough size and resources to deliver a first class service but who does not forget that the needs of clients are the most important thing.We are very proud of this achievement and plan on improving our position next year. Read more

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