Our positive growth story in uncertain times


Following the news last week that just four months after expanding into Scotland, Prydis Scotland has already made its first acquisition with the addition of Virtuo Wealth Management; we catch up with the Prydis team to learn more about their plans for the future.

Stuart Wallace, Executive Chair of Prydis said “Prydis set out a vision back in 2017 for a holistic approach to wealth performance management. Our integrated approach brings together accountancy, legal services and financial planning to maximise wealth performance. We are in investment mode and believe in being brave through these times to support the growth of the wider economy.”

“Prydis has invested in technology and talent to combine the best of new and traditional methods from across the wealth performance management spectrum. We create tailored solutions for our clients that deliver results.” Explained James Priday, Managing Director of Prydis Wealth. “By building a proactive financial plan that suits every generation, Prydis help protect and enhance clients’ wealth to ensure a secure future for themselves and for their family.”

“We have been bullish through 2020. We continue to build for the future and that is paying dividends for our clients and for our team.” Said Stuart Wallace. “We are investing in our legal capability and have brought Phil Parrott and Chris Cook on board to head up Prydis Legal.

They both bring with them a wealth of knowledge and their focus will be on developing a full-service legal business to support the broader Prydis proposition.”

Prydis has also been bolstering their Accounting capability, with the acquisition of Stephen Pearn & Co in Newquay. “We are proud to announce the addition of Stephen Pearn & Co to the Prydis fold. With the addition of their approach and expertise; we can create unique investment opportunities for our clients. Furthermore, with the full suite of the Prydis service offering behind the Newquay team we have a very compelling proposition to service the growing market down in the South West.” said Gary Randall, Managing Director of Prydis Accounts.

“This is a positive, growth story for these uncertain times. As we continue to build for the future, we are investing for the greater good. It’s a bold and brave approach but one we know will pay off for Prydis, for our clients and for the local economy”. Concluded Wallace.


This article was written by Prydis

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