Penguin Wealth LLP recognised as one of the UK’s leading adviser firms
Penguin Wealth are delighted to announce their achievement in being awarded second place in the Financial Adviser awards for “Life & Pensions Adviser Firm of the Year”, as announced on 18thMay 2016.
The Financial Adviser Awards are considered as one of the most prestigious and authoritative awards ceremonies of the year; as part of the FT group, Financial Adviser strive to pinpoint the top advisers and firms across the country and award their honours accordingly.
There are over 10,000 adviser firms in the UK – confirming the value of this second placed position and the outstanding reflection of Penguin’s advice standards, business practices and speciality.
Commenting on the news of the award, Craig Palfrey, Managing Partner at Penguin says “we spend a lot of time focusing on our standards, right across the board, looking to ensure we provide excellence both within our business and to our clients in the advice we provide.”
“The last few years have seen us achieve a string of awards, including one as the leading Financial Planning firm in Wales. This latest one is a further step for us; providing us with the recognition that our advice standards and expertise are being recognised nationally.”
“The important element here is this is about the quality of advice in the core areas that we work in. We aim to achieve the best standards we can in all areas, but when you are recognised for the advice you give and against a national comparison, this is particularly pleasing.”
“We need to extend a thank you to all of our clients, as they are the key to our constant quest for improvement in our work. The feedback we get is a major part in our development and contributes hugely towards days like today, when we get this sort of recognition.”
The next major development from Penguin is the imminent launch of their book “The Wealth Secret” – a new departure for the Firm, producing and publishing a book all about the principles of successful wealth and money management.