Cashel (noun)

1.  Anglicised form of the Irish word Caiseal, meaning “stone fort”

2.  A circular stone fort where someone would keep their valuables, such as cash and coins.


DISCOVER CASHEL


FAMILY OFFICE


PRIVATE CLIENTS & FAMILY OFFICE

CORPORATE


FINANCE & INSTITUTIONAL SALES

LOGIN


ACCESS YOUR CASHEL ACCOUNT

 
“AS A FAMILY OFFICE AND CORPORATE ADVISOR WE USE THE SAME PRODUCTS WE OFFER OUR CLIENTS. AS SUCH WE ARE ALWAYS WORKING TO EXPAND THE POSSIBLE RANGE OF OPPORTUNITIES, EXCHANGES, FUNDS, PLATFORMS, TECHNOLOGY AND CONVENIENCE IN A WAY THAT CAN BE SIMPLY COMMUNICATED AND MANAGED.”
 
 
‘THE SECRET OF GETTING AHEAD IS GETTING STARTED.’ MARK TWAIN