26 November 2012 – As financial services companies find themselves under the spotlight and anxious about new FSA regulations coming into play from 1 January 2013, financial planning firm, Ludlow Wealth Management Group has risen to the challenge having already set its wheels in motion to embrace the change. See the announcement on PR Web
Since its inception in 1993, Ludlow has developed a significant presence in the North West most recently with the acquisitions of three local, well respected financial service companies including Wallwork Ludlow Ltd, Chartwell Financial Management Ltd and DT Lord Ltd, and is embracing the changes enforced by new FSA regulations.
To mark this new era of growth, success and transformation, Ludlow has just launched its new identity and website. The concept behind the new identity emphasises the merger of all the various elements of the business and its services.
‘Over the past twenty years the financial services industry has experienced significant challenges, and as an institution giving financial planning and wealth management advice it is imperative that we are able to embrace change,’ says Chief Executive and Founder, Sid Ludlow.
‘Our new identity is representative of the four businesses and we hope enables our clients to easily identify who we are and helps prospective clients to understand what it is we do, which is to help them get their finances under control.’
In fact part of the Ludlow Group’s mission statement is; ‘Your Finances Under Control’ and the company ethos is to understand what its clients want to achieve, not just in the present but for their long term financial plans, whether that’s on an individual basis, for their family or for their business.
The company is proud of its 45 strong team of dedicated and professional staff who not only deliver their service direct but also to the clients of accountants and solicitors with whom it works closely to provide a financial planning service from its four offices in Lytham, Preston, Blackburn and Southport.
‘We are entrusted with over £450 million of clients’ money which is a massive responsibility and one that we take very seriously.’