Wren Sterling signs agreement with Tipton & Coseley Building Society


Palatine Private Equity portfolio company Wren Sterling has signed a deal with Tipton & Coseley Building Society enabling members to now have access to independent financial advice.

Former Tipton & Coseley Financial Services adviser, Paul Grew, has moved across to Wren Sterling and will continue to look after all existing and new Tipton & Coseley customers.

The Tipton is Wren Sterling’s ninth partner in the building society market as they continue to grow their presence.

Paul Chafer, Chief Commercial Officer at Wren Sterling, said: “Financial advice naturally complements the traditional building society services of savings and mortgages because the customer typically takes a sensible and considered approach to managing their finances. Our in-branch, whole of market service gives choice and convenience allowing customers to access wider financial advice, which is being well-received by building society members across the UK.”

Lee Judson, General Manager, Sales & Marketing at the Tipton said: “The Society remains committed to providing customers with exceptional service, and our partnership with Wren Sterling strengthens this. Paul Grew will now be able to provide members with independent financial advice helping to satisfy the financial needs of local people in the communities the Society serves.”