Local Advisers recognised as national leaders

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Local Advisers recognised as national leaders for all the right reasons (again).

Financial Advice Centre Ltd is delighted to announce they have once again been included in The CityWire NMA Top 100.

Compiled by industry publication New Model Adviser, the CityWire NMA Top 100 shortlists the leading independent financial advice firms in the UK based on a range of data.

The criteria is stringent and is updated each year. For the past two years it has been not only the businesses’ client experience but commitment to local communities; treatment of vulnerable clients and most recently their approach to Environmental, Sustainability Governance (ESG) investment that has seen the business achieving national recognition.

This year the judging panel particularly recognised the firm’s market leading approach to ESG investment; business sustainability framework as well as taking up the mantle as the first local business Domestic Abuse Ambassadors. 

Managing Director, Piers Mepsted commented,

“This is the second consecutive year our business has been amongst the top 100 independent financial advisers in the country and is an achievement even more notable given the difficult times our clients, and our business, have faced.

We are the only firm in Worcester and one of only a small number in the West Midlands to receive this recognition and is a tribute to our outstanding Advisers and Support Team who provide exemplary client service and for prioritising responsible investment via ESG funds over the last 18 mos. We also take our own sustainability credentials seriously and continue to launch new initiatives across our business with the hope of improving the future of our planet.

I am particularly proud we have been recognised for the work we have done for vulnerable clients and to raise awareness of Domestic Abuse in our community. This exemplifies our credentials not just as a forward thinking business, but as one that prioritises doing the right thing.”