Welcome to Murray Asset Management

We are experts in wealth management who treat clients as individuals.  We will take time to listen to your needs and will be personally accountable for our decisions.  We will put your interests first and build a solution tailored to your needs.

Our clients come to us because we understand their financial challenges.  They stay with us because we use our years of experience to provide the best possible service at a transparent and reasonable price.

Please let us know how we can help you.

Savings & Investments

Plan for the welfare of your family; meet known future expenditure; and preserve your wealth.  We can offer a variety of options, such as ISAs, Bonds and other investments, which we can manage on your behalf.

Savings & Investments

Pensions & Retirement Planning

Pensions provide a tax efficient way of saving for the future.  Let us help you decide the best way to arrange and build your assets for a comfortable retirement.

Pensions & Retirement

Life Assurance & Protection

The future is uncertain and you need to be prepared.  Life assurance and other protection plans can provide security for dependants and against unforeseen events.

Life Assurance & Protection

Our Philosophy

Our clients’ best interests are at the heart of everything we do. We strive to earn and retain their confidence and trust.

We provide a Service to our clients, not a Product.

Our Philosophy

Our Opinions

We are regularly called upon to help journalists and broadcasters demystify the financial services industry. Read and listen to some of our latest views and opinions.

Financial Opinions

Meet Our Team

Our select team have between them over a hundred years of experience in financial services.  Meet the people behind the name of Murray Asset Management.

The MAM Team

Our History

We were formerly part of Murray Beith Murray, a firm of Solicitors in Edinburgh, and we continue to provide investment advice to many of their clients.

Our History

Our Financial Opinions are regularly featured in:

The Scotsman / Citywire