Saunderson House to become associate member of the Management Consultancies Association

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9 July 2014


Saunderson House becomes member of Management Consultancies Association

Saunderson House has announced that it has become an associate member of the Management Consultancies Association (MCA).

The MCA is a representative body for management consultancy and accountancy firms in the UK. The MCA’s 55 members comprise of 60% of the consultancy industry, employ 30,000 consultants and work with over 90 of the FTSE 100 companies and almost all parts of the public sector.

Companies which support the objectives of the MCA and provide high quality services to management consultancy firms in the UK can apply to become associate members. Saunderson House holds exclusive rights to be the only wealth management firm with associate membership.

Beverly Landais, Marketing and Business Development Director of Saunderson House commented: “We are proud to be associated with an organisation which aims to promote the value of management consultancy for the economy and society as a whole.”

Alan Leaman, OBE, Chief Executive of the Management Consultancies Association added: “Management consultants pride themselves on the service they offer their clients but can often benefit from outside support for their personal financial management. Saunderson House’s membership will give our members access to high quality financial planning and wealth management.”

For more information please go to – http://www.mca.org.uk/sponsors-partners/Saunderson-House/



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