Regency Investment Services is very proud to be celebrating such a long and successful time in business, and we are very much looking forward to gaining the very highest professional qualification of chartered status in the New Year.
(PRWEB) February 19, 2011
In today’s fast-moving financial sector, it is increasingly rare to find a company with a history that goes back almost half a century. One such business, however, is Regency Investment Services, which is celebrating its 45th birthday this month.
Regency was set up in 1965 by three entrepreneurs – Herbert Baker, John Holloway and Ian Grant. Today, it is Baker’s grand-daughter Dominique Vinecombe who is heading up the company, which has been based at its head office in Surrey for the past 25 years. regency investment services' focus has always been the provision of unrivalled customer service, and it has grown and developed because of referrals from existing, satisfied customers. In early 2011 it is aiming to become fully chartered.
Dominique, and her highly qualified team, take a holistic and wide-ranging approach providing both individual and business clients with independent financial planning advice. They specialise in wealth management and pre- and post-retirement planning, but also offer expert financial advice on issues such as long term care, taxation and investments.
Commenting on Regency’s celebrations Julian Webb, Head of Platform Sales and DC Business at Fidelity Investment Managers, said: "We would like to congratulate Regency on the occasion of their 45th anniversary. Such longevity is testament to the high professional standards to which they adhere, and which have been evident in our own dealings with them over many years."
Adding to this, Simon Massey, Intermediaries Director at Scottish Widows, said: "Congratulations to Regency Investments on 45 years of successful trading. We look forward to continuing our relationship into a prosperous future."
Regency Investment Services also takes its position in the community very seriously and has employed many local people over the years. It has also been regular supporter of worthwhile causes and recently has raised money for a local Hospice. To commemorate and celebrate its 45-year milestone, Regency has decided to further assist the Hospice by donating funds so that a vital piece of equipment that has recently been broken could be quickly replaced.
"To be the third generation of my family working in the business is particularly pleasing for my father, John Holloway, who set up the company with my grand-father Herbert Baker," says Dominique. "Regency is very proud to be celebrating such a long and successful time in business, and we are very much looking forward to gaining the very highest professional qualification of chartered status in the New Year.
"We can also think of no better way of marking both events than by helping another local organisation. The Woking Hospice has recently supported the family of one of our employees, so we have first-hand knowledge of the vital role it plays. We therefore hope that our contribution will help the Hospice to continue its outstanding work."
Regency Investment Services is based in Egham in Surrey. For further information call 01784 437611 or visit http://www.regencyinvestment.com.
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