Monday, May 10, 2021

Top accreditation for Ryley Wealth Management

Ryley Wealth Management, the Nottingham-based wealth management company has been recognised as one of the country’s leading financial planners by its own industry body.


The Chartered Insurance Institute has awarded David Ryley, CEO of Ryley Wealth Management, with the prestigious status of Chartered Financial Planner. Regarded as the gold standard for financial planners, this places David Ryley as one of an exclusive number of recognised individuals in the UK.The accreditation comes after of a successful period of trading for Ryley Wealth Management. Since the start of the year, the number of staff working for the company has grown by 33 per cent and in the last 12 months, the funds under management have increased by 15 per cent. “This accreditation is just the first step in a journey to have every authorised member of staff at the firm classified as chartered,” commented David Ryley, CEO of Ryley Wealth Management. “We have achieved consistent success over the last 15 years, and our goal is not to sit back and relax, we want to continue this into the future. Having full industry recognition across the business will not only increase our client’s confidence in us, but also help to distinguish Ryley Wealth Management from the competition.” Ryley Wealth Management offers both corporate wealth management and private wealth management services, with its clients ranging from private clients and SMEs, through to multinational businesses. David Ryley continued: “We see the expansion of our team’s skills as essential for the future of the business. The industry has been in the media spotlight in recent years, and with increased regulation from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) it is important for all in the financial sector to raise their game.”

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