Founded in 2018 by Chris Ball and Matt Dean, Hoxton Capital Management endeavours to provide the highest possible service to our clients.

Hoxton Capital Management has quickly established itself as one of the fastest growing independent advisory companies. Since inception in 2018 with a team of just 5, Hoxton Capital has grown to over 300 employees across 4 key global offices.

We now have operations in London, Sydney, Texas and Dubai. From these global hubs we manage a rapidly growing client base of mostly expatriate clients.

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At the forefront of every journey is our desire to gain a deeper understanding of what is important to you and lay a strong foundation of trust. You will work with a personally assigned financial adviser providing a consistent service throughout.

Goal Setting

Once we understand what is important to you, we set realistic goals and create a made-to-measure financial strategy tailored to your individual circumstances.


We are firm believers that our financial propositions offer the best value for your investment. We work tirelessly to move your financial strategy forward, ensuring a smooth and timely delivery.


We are vigilant about keeping you on track to reach your financial goals and maximise your financial positioning. We offer regular updates and monthly valuations on your investment performance with complete transparency.


Your investments will be accessible at any time through our detailed online platform, keeping everything in the one place. Your personal consultant will guide you on your investments and ensure you remain updated on performance.


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At Hoxton Capital Management we pride ourselves on our personalised, honest and deeply committed approach.

We offer tailored solutions and relevant advice that can only come from a deep understanding of you and your personal requirements.

We work with you to understand your financial goals and offer the right strategies to help your investments develop and move forward so you can live out your financial dreams.


Our highly qualified team of British-trained and highly experienced advisers, offer sound knowledge and transparent advice with a personal approach. Honesty and integrity is always at the forefront of any advice.


Our unique fee structure means you can choose an option that best suits your circumstance.

Our Fee-based structure means you pay a direct fee, agreed upon prior to service.

Our Commission-based structure means your product provider pays a varied rate on your behalf, based on portfolio performance with no extra fees.

All fees are communicated with you before any engagement is finalised.

Our mission

Hoxton Capital Management sets out to provide the highest level of service in the industry. We endeavour to always be available, always be informative and to always be transparent.

We focus on quality and performance in everything we do, and we are confident the advice we provide is best in class and the performance we deliver is unsurpassed.

Reviews on Trustpilot

  • How much in your emergency fund

    How much should you have in your emergency fund? The general rule of thumb for how much you should have in your emergency fund is 3 to 6 months of your current salary according to our in-house financial planners. With inflation hitting an all-time high and the risk of a recession on the horizon, it’s

    May 19, 2022
  • Markets last week 18/05/2022

    United States Investors looked to be growing increasingly pessimistic that the Federal Reserve will be able to achieve a “soft landing” for the economy by raising rates enough to manage inflation without creating a recession. It marked the sixth consecutive weekly decline for both the S&P 500 Index and the Nasdaq Composite and the seventh

    May 18, 2022
  • How to recession-proof your finances

    How to recession-proof your finances Will there be a recession in the near future? That answer is unknown. However, preparing your finances and assets for such an event and staying calm during volatility is vital for all investors. The current market conditions are tough. Last week we saw the S&P 500, and the Nasdaq falling

    May 12, 2022
  • Markets last week 11/05/2022

    United States Last week we witnessed major indices experiencing their fifth week of losses as interest rates have been very temperamental with sentiments, especially in growth stocks. Losses have been most prominent in the Dow Jones index industrial average, forcing it into a correctional territory with a decline of more than 10% from its previous

    May 11, 2022

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