Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

As the year draws to a close, we reflect on the mayhem of 2021 – and the new normal that the pandemic has bought to us. We’ve all become experts at wearing masks, checking in, having Phone and Zoom meetings and sanitising our lives.

Every decade big things happen, and this decade has been no different. We’ve been  influenced by the pandemic, financial crises, politics and wars – all of which are, sadly, perfectly normal.

Through all these changes, the team here at WSP Group have continued to focus on the longer term outlook for clients and ourselves, while improving resilience against short-term obstacles and events. We have, after all, been around along time, and recently celebrated our 25th year anniversary  of being in business.

The financial planning world has evolved, with major re-regulation for both the industry and Advisers. We’ve moved with those challenges and are re-defining our business and how we communicate with you, our valued clients. 2022 will bring about even more improvements in technology to make it easier to contact us and stay in touch. Stay tuned for exciting news on this in the New year.

Our goal in 2022 is to help more people, just like you. If you’ve been happy with our services, we’d love for you to let others know. Our business has grown over 25 years through referrals from existing clients, and for that we are humbly appreciative. A lot of financial planners have left the industry recently, but we are still here, and committed to continually work towards providing affordable financial planning advice that is right for you and your specific needs.

What does the New year look like for you?          

Holiday trading details :

Our office will be closed from Thursday 23 December 2021, opening again on Monday 10 January 2022.

Adviser Christmas video

Each year the advisers of WSP parody themselves in a Christmas video. This years’ video can be accessed through the link below:

Click the image to go to our Adviser 2021 Christmas video

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