Guardian Wealth Management – Going Places
Development and growth are the key words for Guardian at the moment; in addition to our expansion in the UK, we’ve also settled into another new home too.
With existing offices in global jurisdictions such as, the Middle East, Switzerland, Germany and Belgium, we are now in full swing in our brand new office in Hong Kong too.
Commercial Director Ian Sweet says: “We have always been traditionally based in Europe which is still very important to us, but after our successful expansion into the Middle East it was only natural that we would start to service clients in the Far East”.
As one of the world’s leading international financial centres, Hong Kong is also blessed with many other strengths, such as a robust banking and legal system, abundant foreign exchange reserves and rigorous anti-corruption measures; it responds quickly to changes and its people have the 2nd longest life expectancy of all nations in the world. It’s a fascinating place to live and offers many interesting experiences to those who travel there seeking new opportunities.
Manager of the Hong Kong office, Simon Parfitt comments: “I really enjoyed leading the team in Amsterdam and then I was given the opportunity to lead our new team in Hong Kong. Since arriving it has been fantastic, Hong Kong is fast paced and dynamic.
I have already met some great people and I am looking forward to working with clients who have made Hong Kong their home or work place”.
This new office allows us to help another wave of expats in yet another worldwide location and also means that existing clients who are considering relocating there can have a local adviser on hand to help.
In fact, whether you’re moving to the UK, Hong Kong or any of the other destinations where we have a presence, do let us know and we will ensure that you’re allocated an adviser locally.
If you have friends or family in those locations, please let them know about us and the extensive services we can offer. We can always be contacted via our website or via email on email@example.com