BME UK

The realization that the BME community have a requirement for Honest, Unique and Genuine financial advise to grow their families, businesses and to leave a legacy for generations to come has made me take action.

We, BME contribute largely to the economy and have an obligation to leverage from our position.
It is an inspiration to see that many members of the diaspora communities have started to re-connect with their roots, to build business communities and develop the interaction of international trade from Africa and The Caribbean.

Part of the ancient principles have encouraged my efforts and positioning in the community.  It has made me focus and dedicate a proportion of my time to the cooperative economics and collective works in the Caribbean and African communities in particular. I have been privileged to have worked with many fabulous and viable business owners in the community, along my professional journey I have been mentored by Sonia Brown. MBE –  The National Black Women’s Network I have joined CENuk, Priority First UK  and Tropical Connections! 

Here are various articles to see my works in action

There is more to happiness and life than money!

BME blkMany people are facing an unpredictable financial climate and as part of the Black History Month celebrations Aleka Gutzmore will be hosting a series of discovery sessions to help you plan for your financial independence. Attendees will learn flexible but valuable strategies around five key stages of their life using this powerful financial tool… read more
 
 
 

Achieving Greater Success in your Business

BME 2Aleka is interviewed by Sonia Brown for the voice news paper on the burning ticking time bomb issue in the mortgage industry. Aleka comments and urges people to take action. “IF THE austerity measures are not enough to have you worried about your financial future, then those with an interest-only mortgage need to start putting their house in order… Read More
 
 

Why Aleka Gutzmore Believes We All Need a Financial Hug

BME 1The recession and the lack of trust that people have towards the banks and the banking systems (and antics).  For me it enforces my belief that banks, that their aggressive sale practices and not customer focussed service is often leading people to places they do not understand or are not ready for.
The systems around financial advice and the provision of advice are changing in the favour of the customer and that’s great for businesses like mine who want to provide a less aggressive service. Read More…

TT High Commission provides financial advice to nationals

bmeMs. Aleka Gutzmore, addressed the audience in her presentation titled “Taking Control of Your Family’s Fortune”. Ms. Gutzmore illustrated savvy means of financial planning, securing inheritance funds and asset protection strategies, noting the importance of implementing a Trust when establishing a Will in order to protect future generations. More…