Tier One Capital plans for growth with newly launched business development agency

07 Oct 2020

Newcastle-based wealth management and property lending experts, Tier One Capital Ltd has partnered with recently launched digital business development agency, Wealth Provision, to help drive forward its client acquisition strategy and wider business growth plans.

Tasked with generating an inflow of high-quality prospective clients, as well as ensuring Tier One’s digital brand is enhanced, Wealth Provision will plan and implement a strategic growth plan for the wealth and property lending experts.

Also based in Newcastle, Wealth Provision will now engage with a wide range of Tier One Capital’s profiled clients, including entrepreneurs, business owners and professional partners in the region.

Paul Blight, Head of Wealth Management, Tier One Capital, said, “This strategic partnership with Wealth Provision will allow us to develop our exciting growth and business development plans, at the same time specifically aligning us with our target client base, and help us grow and enhance our digital brand awareness.

“We are all genuinely excited about this partnership, the opportunities it will generate for us and the impressive credentials and skills the team at Wealth Provision will bring to our proposition and product offering.”

Wealth Provision is a digital start-up recently founded by experienced wealth manager Nick Williams, and North East entrepreneur Richard Fowler, driven by their confidence that the digital sphere can be a fertile source of reliable, genuine prospects.

To support the scale-up ambitions of Wealth Provision, the shareholders have appointed experienced corporate finance advisor Carl Swansbury, Partner of RG Corporate Finance, as Board Advisor.

Speaking about this prestigious appointment Nick Williams said “This is a great opportunity for Wealth Provision. Tier One are an exceptional business with significant growth plans. We share their vision and look forward to helping deliver it”.


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