Welcome to Marshall Zoing
Marshall Zoing offers comprehensive financial planning and wealth management. As fee-based independent financial advisers we take the time to understand your financial position and deliver expert impartial advice.
At Marshall Zoing clients are valued and recognised as being paramount to our business. We understand our clients’ requirements and tailor our service to help you to achieve your immediate and long-term wealth goals. Whilst we offer the highest quality advice we remain small enough to always respond quickly and personally, delivering an exceptional relationship-led service to our clients.
Marshall Zoing was established in 2002 by Howard Marshall and Ralph Zoing, industry professionals with over 50 years combined experience and is now recognised by accountants, lawyers and high net worth clients as one of the leading financial advisers in Yorkshire.
Marshall Zoing is authorised and regulated in the UK by the Financial Services Authority (FSA).
Pension legislation continues to go through massive transition and change, it is essential that you are kept informed of these changes.
Marshall Zoing provides long-term strategic planning and specific investment advice to help clients to grow and maintain their wealth
All good financial strategies will include protection against financial liabilities. Marshall Zoing will advise on how to achieve this in a cost effective manner.
Tax plays a crucial part in financial planning, but it can be a complex area and quality independent financial advice is crucial.
Posted: 12 Nov 2012
Marshall Zoing has formed a strategic alliance with WEALTH at Work, a leading provider of financial education and employee wealth management services in the workplace.
Posted: 25 Sep 2012
Team MZ embarked on thier mission to climb Englands 3rd highest peak in the beautiful Lake District.
Posted: 07 Aug 2012
Jessica Ennis, Sheffield-born, raised and trained, was cheered over the 800m finish line on Saturday night across Yorkshire, from a crowd watching the big screen at the Don Valley Stadium, where she started racing, to the TV set at the Royal Oak in Upperthong, a village in the Pennines sharing in London’s Olympic fever.