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Afternoon tea at Sopwell House with KDW Financial Advisors

PUBLISHED: 10:29 02 March 2018

Enjoy afternoon tea at Sopwell House with KDW Financial Planning

Enjoy afternoon tea at Sopwell House with KDW Financial Planning


Join us in celebrating our 40th anniversary with afternoon tea at Sopwell House on 22nd March 2018

KDW are independent fiancial planners, renowned for their excellent customer service and valued client relationships for 40 years.

Ken Wright established KDW in 1978 with the simple objective of providing independent fiancial advice that clients could trust. The growth of the business has seen the team evolve from just 3 staff members to over 40. The company was originally based in the Old Town of Hemel Hempstead, with its head office now in St Albans, alongside offices in London, Cambridge and their most recent office - back to their roots in The Old Town of Hemel Hempstead.

KDW prides themselves on offering straightforward practical advice that clients can trust. They offer a one stop shop for all financial requirements with services including Pensions, Investments, Tax Planning, Mortgages, Assurance and Commercial. They are here to help with every step of your financial journey.

Come and meet the KDW Team and their professional network of fund managers, accountants and solicitors whilst enjoying a delicious afternoon tea and a complimentary mini treatment provided by the Sopwell House spa team.

They have some fantastic seminars lined up for you hosted by fiancial experts from across the market, it’s going to be a great day – don’t miss out!

If you are interested in attending or would like to fid out more then please contact Leah Cripps at KDW on 01727 85 22 99 or by emailing


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