Looking a little different?
Welcome to our new brand.

Our new brand

Seven Investment Management turns 18 this year. A true ‘coming of age’ number. And like most when they reach such a milestone, we’re changing.

We were seven people starting up a company in a basement. We’re now 350 people looking after £14 billion.

We were purely an investment manager working with financial advisers. We’re now an investment manager with a diverse range of funds, a private client business and an in-house financial planning team.

We were Seven Investment Management, we’re now 7IM.

We’re proud of our history. That’s why we’re staying true to our challenger roots. Yet, over these 18 years, with your support, we’ve grown to become the firm we are today with a clear vision – to deliver an unrivalled experience.


When we started our rebrand project back in 2019, we never imagined the ‘go live’ date would fall in the midst of something like the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ve ummed and ahhed over what we should do.

Does going out with a new brand feel wrong in the current climate? Should we hold it back until things are ‘normal’ again? Or should we do what everyone everywhere is doing right now, and just keep going? In the national spirit of resolve and determination, we’ve gone with the latter.

You won’t be seeing a big-bang brand launch and new advertising everywhere.

Just 7IM steadily evolving and, as we always have done, focusing on shaping what we do around our clients.

Our offices

© 2001 – 2020 Seven Investment Management LLP. All rights reserved.

Seven Investment Management LLP is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority,
the Jersey Financial Services Commission and the Guernsey Financial Services Commission. Member of the London Stock Exchange.
Registered office: 55 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 3AS. Registered in England and Wales No. OC378740.

The value of your investments and the income from them may go down as well as up, and you could get back less than you invested.
The value of your investments and the income from them may go down as well as up, and you could get back less than you invested.

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