London Stock Exchange welcomes Walker Crips Group Plc to celebrate their Centenary year
London Stock Exchange welcomes Walker Crips Group Plc to celebrate their Centenary year.
Walker Crips' predecessors first bought and sold shares for clients on the London Stock Exchange in 1914, and through acquisitions, the company can now trace its roots as far back as the 18th century. Making it one of the City of London's oldest independent companies.
Today, Walker Crips is a fully listed UK public company, headquartered in London, with a wider regional footprint, spanning the breadth of the UK with offices from Inverness to Swansea. Offering a holistic approach to personal financial planning and invesment through its Stockbroking, Pension, Investment and Wealth Management, Structured & Alternative Investment product range.
Rodney FitzGerald CEO of Walker Crips said;
"We are delighted to open the market this morning and are proud to be celebrating our Centenary this year. Our history and our ethics, along with the capability, enthusiasm and character of those that work for our Clients are what we feel has made us so special.
Our overriding purpose is to serve our Clients, by focusing on flexible, transparent and impartial investment services that offer unconstrained and objective advice.
We look forward to continuing to serve them with the flexibility, individuality and quality of service that they deserve and expect into our next century."