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    Greg Ward

    Wealth Management

    Greg started his career at Mattioli Woods in 2007 after completing his law and business degree. Following seven years in Leicester, he was keen to return home and grow the business in the North West. After establishing and growing the Manchester office in 2015, Greg later became Team Director of the North West wealth management teams, where he is responsible for the development and growth of this business unit. Greg also sits on the Group Investment Committee, which is responsible for developing and implementing the Group’s asset management strategy. Greg is a Chartered Financial Planner and has a diverse portfolio of clients across the UK and some internationally, spanning owner-managed businesses, professionals, high-net-worth and ultra-high-net-worth families. Working alongside other professionals, Greg delivers a holistic range of financial, investment and structural planning needs for his clients ensuring a personal service. He also regularly presents to clients and professional circles in local and national seminars. Outside of work, Greg loves to cycle, fish and go on long walks with his wife and children in the Peak District.

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