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Our Wealth Planners

Chris Shelton

Wealth Planner


DipPFS, Cert CII (MP)


I am from Manchester and started my career in financial Services as a Business Development Consultant with Friends Provident in 2004, working with some of the major IFA networks and banks. I became a Wealth Planner with Sanlam in 2012 and have enjoyed developing the relationships with my clients as well as improving my industry knowledge and financial planning skills.

I am a keen golfer and enjoy films and eating out. I'm married to Karen and we have recently had a baby boy, Joseph. We love to travel and look forward to taking our new edition on many a foreign adventure in the years to come.




I found Chris very personable and someone who quickly assessed and understood my needs. He was very knowledgeable on possible product options and able to put these over in a way which was easy to understand and evaluate.

P. Elliot

From the first initial contact with Chris Shelton at Sanlam, and as a new client to Sanlam, I have felt that my finances have received the best attention. Alongside the reliable investment advice I have received to date (and with no previous knowledge of the Sanlam brand or products), I have appreciated the thorough and knowledgeable approach that Chris has taken in exploring my particular circumstances and explaining the range of options available. In examining my attitude towards savings and investments, Chris has been able to match his findings with appropriate financial solutions that meet my requirements in both the short to longer term. I feel confident that Sanlam's professional and friendly approach to customer care, which includes regular face-to-face review meetings with Chris, is such that, should my needs change over time, my investments will continue to be planned and managed competently, thus ensuring the level of financial growth and return that I am anticipating over the longer term.

J. Gardner

Chris Shelton

Investing involves risk and the value of investments and the income from them may fall as well as rise and are not guaranteed. Investors may not get back the original amount invested.