Sunday, July 3, 2022

Matthew Hoggard & Mo Walker open new WestBridge Group HQ

Former England Cricketer, Matthew Hoggard MBE, and British Basketball League winner Mo Walker from Leicester Riders were the VIP guests at the official opening of the new HQ of The WestBridge Group.

The company relocated to Dominus Way on Meridian Business Park in Leicester earlier this year as part of its growth strategy to create a centrally based HQ in a location with easy access to all essential transport links.

Having retired from cricket, Matthew appeared in an edition of Celebrity MasterChef in 2013. Since then he has honed his skills and has established his own cookery school and outside catering business called ‘Hoggys Grill’ which is located in idyllic settings on the banks of Rutland Water within Rutland Water Garden Nurseries.

Over 60 guests attended the opening and were served authentic Indian cuisine carefully prepared by Matthew and his outdoor events team. They were also treated to an informative Q&A session with Matthew and Canadian born basketball player Mo Walker who, standing at 6ft 10 inches tall, talked about his highly successful career and his experience playing for Leicester Riders, who yesterday beat London Lions 78-75 to take the BBL play-off, and become treble champions.

L-R: Mo Walker and Tom Moore

Tom Moore, founding director, said: “It was great to see so many of our clients and other East Midlands business professionals gathered together to officially open our new HQ. The demand for specialist tax advice and pension administration services is growing and by holding an official opening we have been able to thank everyone who has supported us so far and continue to raise awareness of our specialist expertise.”

The WestBridge Group provides specialist tax advice and independent administration, consultancy, and trustee services for Small Self-Administered Pension Schemes (SSAS).

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