Towry employees take on 10K run for The Princes Trust

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A team from Towry’s office in Manchester took part in the BUPA Great Manchester 10K Run 2012 this May to raise money for The Princes Trust.

A team from Towry’s office in Manchester took part in the BUPA Great Manchester 10K Run 2012 this May to raise money for The Princes Trust.

Towry is a Patron of The Prince’s Trust, which helps change young lives, giving practical and financial support, developing key workplace skills such as confidence and motivation. It works with 13-to-30-year-olds who have struggled at school, have been in care, are long-term unemployed or have been in trouble with the law. The charity has helped more than 650,000 young people since 1976 and supports 100 more each day. Last year, 80 per cent of young people supported by The Trust moved into work, education, training or volunteering.

The Bupa Great Manchester Run has seen over a quarter of a million enthusiastic runners pound the streets of Manchester since its first staging in 2003.

The team, made up of Towry employees from Manchester, raised over £1000 for The Princes Trust. Contributions were bolstered by The Towry Charitable Trust, which supports Towry employees in their charity fundraising activities.

Andrew Fisher, Chief Executive, commented:

“We are delighted that the Towry Charitable Trust is able to support our Manchester based team in raising funds for The Princes Trust. We thank everyone for their charitable donations so far towards this great cause.”


For further information contact:

Natalie Smart – Marketing, Tel: 0113 2245539
College Hill, Tel: 020 7457 2020
Antonia Coad
Carolyn Dealey, towry(at)collegehill(dot)com

Notes to editors:

Information on Towry:

Towry is a growing wealth advice business, employing over 650 people in 19 offices across the United Kingdom and managing £4.5 billion of discretionary client assets (as at 30 December 2011).

Towry offers fee-based independent wealth advice and investment management services to private individuals with investable assets in excess of £100,000.

The Company’s vision is to be the UK’s leading provider of wealth and financial advice. Towry aims to achieve this by having professionally qualified employees delivering high quality advice and investment management services to clients supported by a robust operational infrastructure.

John Scott & Partners was formed in 1968 and in 2006 the company acquired Towry Law. The merged business was re-launched in 2007 as “Towry Law”. Towry Law acquired Edward Jones Limited in November 2009 and, following integration of this company, the merged business was rebranded as “Towry” in May 2010.

Towry is a private company: the principal shareholders are management and employees and Palamon Capital Partners, one of Europe’s leading private equity firms.

Towry has been listed among Private Client Practitioner’s Top 25 Most Admired Companies for 2011 and is appointed by Camelot to provide holistic financial planning advice to National Lottery winners.

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