Old Mutual Wealth is delighted to be a principal partner of men’s and women’s England rugby in 2016.
Old Mutual Wealth CEO, Paul Feeney, explains: “Rugby is a game in which players give their all to make a difference for their friends and their team, and through this partnership we are looking forward to helping both the women’s and men’s teams, and the future of the game in England, to prosper.”
Support for the game is booming, with an estimated 12m* English rugby followers nationally. As a new-generation wealth management business, Old Mutual Wealth is committed to helping families achieve their financial goals. So it’s a perfect opportunity to reach those people who want to make a difference – for themselves, their families and their communities.
As well as sponsoring the adult teams, Old Mutual Wealth is proud partner of Kids First, a project aimed at motivating and encouraging children through rugby, with the support of their coach. Like Kids First we’re big advocates when it comes to the value of expert guidance, and setting small targets to achieve big ambitions.
*Research from the Rugby Football Union, 2013
Who is Old Mutual Wealth?
As the largest* wealth management business in the UK, Old Mutual Wealth aims to help people secure their financial futures. If you haven’t heard of them before, it’s probably because most of their products are sold via financial advisers. Old Mutual Wealth is a strong believer in the value of financial advice as the best way to help people achieve their financial goals.
The company oversees £98.6bn** in customer investments and is part of Old Mutual plc, a FTSE 100 group. As well as offering a range of financial products (such as pensions, investments and protection) in the UK and overseas (via Old Mutual International), its services include:
• financial advice (via the Intrinsic network)
• investment management solutions via Old Mutual Global Investors
• discretionary investment management via Quilter Cheviot.
Find out more at www.oldmutualwealth.co.uk/about-us
*by assets under management**as at 30 September 2015