Client Login
Get in touch
Find an adviser

Contact Mattioli Woods

For more information or to arrange a meeting to discuss your specific needs, please contact us via email at, or alternatively, please call us at 0333 034 4110.

    I'm happy to receive marketing materials
    I consent that my data will be handled in line with our Privacy Policy.

    Find your adviser

    For existing clients, please search for your consultant “by adviser”.

    New to Mattioli Woods? If you have been recommended a specific adviser, please search by adviser. You can also search by service or by location.

    Get in touch

    Home / Our Advisors / Scott Wakeling

    < All advisers

    Scott Wakeling

    Wealth Management

    After completing a degree in financial economics from Derby University, I started my career at Mattioli Woods in 2001 as part of our trainee programme. On becoming an adviser, I continued to further my knowledge and have since achieved Chartered Financial Planner status. This has also led to me becoming a Fellow of the Personal Financial Society (FPFS), which is the highest designation awarded by the PFS, with only a small percentage of advisers having attained it. Over the last two decades, I have developed skills as a high-level holistic financial planner, advising both personal and corporate clients. I am also involved in the consultant operations side within Mattioli Woods. Growing up in Leicester and still living in the county, I have been an avid Leicester City supporter since I went to my first game when I was seven years old; unfortunately I have not yet been able to convince any of my children to follow! I am also a keen angler when I get the time.

    Scott Wakeling - Mattioli Advisor
    Find me on:

    Recent Insights

    Secrets of the ISA millionaires - mw-insights
    Financial planning

    Secrets of the ISA millionaires

    ISAs or Pensions? - mw-insights
    Financial planning

    ISAs or Pensions?

    As the Tory train pulls in to the station for the last time – it is all change, all change - mw-insights
    Financial planning

    As the Tory train pulls in to the station for the last time – it is all change, all change