Financial Advice for Businesses

When you engage Wren Sterling to advise your business, you're working with a highly experienced team that is laser-focused on personal service. We know that all businesses are unique in their strategy, composition, headcount and ambition, so our approach reflects that.

Our range of services for businesses is very broad because we act as your reward strategy team. We’ve grouped them into two main sections; Employee Benefits Advice and Workplace Wellbeing. This is because we can work with you directly to enhance your Employee Benefits proposition and protect your business, as well as practically rolling out and communicating services to your employees.

Welcome to Workplace

We’ve collated our services under the banner of Workplace. That’s because every service we provide our Corporate clients is designed with the needs of the workplace in mind, whether that’s creating an Employee Benefits strategy, educating your workforce on their finances or embedding new benefits to complement your recruitment and retention policies.

We are there to help you create a culture of wellbeing that supports your employees throughout their time with you, from understanding the benefits that you invest in, through to planning their retirement. We’re as strategic or practical as you need us to be, dovetailing with your existing HR and Reward teams to maximise the return on your investment in your people.

Our Corporate team is supported by a back office team who get to know our clients on a first name basis, ensuring you’ve got access to Wren Sterling at all times.

Our Employee Benefits Experts

  • Paul Mitchell

    Paul Mitchell

    Director, Corporate Solutions
    Paul has worked in the employee benefit industry for over 25 years, 15 of which have been spent advising companies on their employee benefit strategy. Areas of advice include group pensions (both DB and DC), auto enrolment, group risk benefits (death in service, income protection), flexible benefits and total reward statements. Paul regularly advises companies who have undertaken acquisitions, or have been acquired themselves. Paul can help potential purchasers to identify the types of arrangements in place, whether they represent fair value and more importantly, ensuring they meet legislative requirements. Read more
  • Bramwell Towse

    Bramwell Towse

    Director, Corporate Solutions
    Bramwell has 40 years of financial services experience with the past 37 years in employee benefits. Areas of advice include group pensions (both Defined Benefit and Defined Contribution),auto enrolment, group risk benefits (death in service, income protection etc.) as well as flexible benefits and total reward statements. Bramwell has experience of dealing with companies who have undertaken acquisitions, or have been the subject of  Mergers and Acquisitions activity themselves and therefore, can help potential purchasers in identifying the types of arrangements in place, and more importantly ensuring they meet legislative requirements, especially around Defined Benefit Schemes and auto enrolment. He can also help in ensuring the new company has the right benefits in place for the right cost, therefore maximising profit for the new owners. Read more
  • Sarah Herd

    Sarah Herd

    Director of Employee Benefits and Engagement
    Sarah has worked in the financial services industry for over 25 years. She joined Wren Sterling in 2016 having worked as an independent financial adviser before joining Barclays' corporate division in 2015. With a client portfolio ranging from owner managed businesses to multi global PLCs, Sarah’s approach is to provide solutions relating to both employees and the boardroom. Sarah has a well established network of professional connections and develops business with them. These include accountants, solicitors and the banking community. Read more
  • Bryan Stott

    Bryan Stott

    Corporate Consultant
    Bryan has worked in the employee benefit industry for over 20 years and before that he ran his own IFA practice. Bryan has been heavily involved in pension auto-enrolment since its inception in 2012, advising employers of all sizes including many household names like 99p Stores. As well as advising companies on their employee benefit strategies, Bryan specialises in business protection and succession planning and his experience leads him to believe that many SMEs are busy building their businesses and sadly overlook this important aspect of financial planning. Bryan regularly advises companies who have undertaken acquisitions, or have been acquired themselves. Bryan can help potential purchasers identify the types of arrangements in place, whether they represent fair value and more importantly, ensuring they meet legislative requirements. Read more
  • Roger Dickenson

    Roger Dickenson

    Corporate Consultant
    Roger has over 25 years’ experience providing advice to SME clients on employee benefits provision. This includes the review and communication of pension and group risk schemes along with business protection advice i.e. key person and shareholder protection cover. Roger regularly undertakes pension scheme governance reviews and provides independent advice to employers to ensure they maintain ongoing compliance with pension legislation. Read more
  • Paul Mitchell

    Paul Mitchell

    Director, Corporate Solutions
    Paul has worked in the employee benefit industry for over 25 years, 15 of which have been spent advising companies on their employee benefit strategy. Areas of advice include group pensions (both DB and DC), auto enrolment, group risk benefits (death in service, income protection), flexible benefits and total reward statements. Paul regularly advises companies who have undertaken acquisitions, or have been acquired themselves. Paul can help potential purchasers to identify the types of arrangements in place, whether they represent fair value and more importantly, ensuring they meet legislative requirements. Read more
  • Bramwell Towse

    Bramwell Towse

    Director, Corporate Solutions
    Bramwell has 40 years of financial services experience with the past 37 years in employee benefits. Areas of advice include group pensions (both Defined Benefit and Defined Contribution),auto enrolment, group risk benefits (death in service, income protection etc.) as well as flexible benefits and total reward statements. Bramwell has experience of dealing with companies who have undertaken acquisitions, or have been the subject of  Mergers and Acquisitions activity themselves and therefore, can help potential purchasers in identifying the types of arrangements in place, and more importantly ensuring they meet legislative requirements, especially around Defined Benefit Schemes and auto enrolment. He can also help in ensuring the new company has the right benefits in place for the right cost, therefore maximising profit for the new owners. Read more
  • Sarah Herd

    Sarah Herd

    Director of Employee Benefits and Engagement
    Sarah has worked in the financial services industry for over 25 years. She joined Wren Sterling in 2016 having worked as an independent financial adviser before joining Barclays' corporate division in 2015. With a client portfolio ranging from owner managed businesses to multi global PLCs, Sarah’s approach is to provide solutions relating to both employees and the boardroom. Sarah has a well established network of professional connections and develops business with them. These include accountants, solicitors and the banking community. Read more
  • Bryan Stott

    Bryan Stott

    Corporate Consultant
    Bryan has worked in the employee benefit industry for over 20 years and before that he ran his own IFA practice. Bryan has been heavily involved in pension auto-enrolment since its inception in 2012, advising employers of all sizes including many household names like 99p Stores. As well as advising companies on their employee benefit strategies, Bryan specialises in business protection and succession planning and his experience leads him to believe that many SMEs are busy building their businesses and sadly overlook this important aspect of financial planning. Bryan regularly advises companies who have undertaken acquisitions, or have been acquired themselves. Bryan can help potential purchasers identify the types of arrangements in place, whether they represent fair value and more importantly, ensuring they meet legislative requirements. Read more
  • Roger Dickenson

    Roger Dickenson

    Corporate Consultant
    Roger has over 25 years’ experience providing advice to SME clients on employee benefits provision. This includes the review and communication of pension and group risk schemes along with business protection advice i.e. key person and shareholder protection cover. Roger regularly undertakes pension scheme governance reviews and provides independent advice to employers to ensure they maintain ongoing compliance with pension legislation. Read more