About Us

Kinherit was formed with the objective of revolutionising End-of-Life planning. Not just making high-end planning simple and accessible to everyone, but delivering it in the seamless way people expect in an increasingly online world.

The Team


Ben
Super Specialist

Ben has been helping individuals and companies plan for the unknown for over 12 years, including 9 years with Zurich and AXA. He brings a wealth of knowledge from across financial planning and insurance to his detailed knowledge of wills & trusts advisory. Ben is the key person making sure every customer gets the journey they want and need.

Tom
Tech Titan

As an Oxford graduate who went on to an 18 year career covering application development, web construction, maintenance and network security, Tom is the key person for ensuring your data remains your data. He also really enjoys making complex systems seem simple, helping you to get the most out of the Kinherit platform.

Rich
Strategy & Support

Richard has had a career in finance, specialising in board-advisory, operational turnaround, driving best practice, and growth. He has two degrees from Oxford University, various accreditations in the area of finance, and holds the Financial Times Non-Executive Diploma.


Our Specialists Team

We wouldn’t be able to provide you with advisor-led bespoke solutions without a team of highly trained specialists. Certain specialists are also trained to cover more complex situations, such as where business or agricultural assets are involved.


STEP Partner

When it comes to providing specialist support, we use the firm that we believe is the clear market leader. Founded 17 years ago, what CTTC doesn’t know about structuring complex wills and trusts, isn’t worth knowing. And as a long-term reserve trustee providing inter-generational support, we don’t think there is anyone better.

Legal

All our wills are run past trained will-writer lawyers. This is such an important human-check on documents that may not be tested for many years to come.

Accounting

As you might expect, we have largely automated systems that aim to make the experience as seamless as possible.


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