Corporate Social Responsibility – WH Ireland Financial Services Company, Wealth Management & Corporate Broking | WHIreland

Our Culture

We are proud to support a number of cultural initiatives across the country, as we firmly believe in the benefits of high quality cultural programmes, particularly those which are for the benefit of young people.

At WH Ireland, we want to forge partnerships with organisations that share our beliefs and it is important that we play our part in the communities in which we live and work. By doing so, we have a unique opportunity to focus our corporate social responsibilities on projects that benefit our society, heritage and culture.

If you are involved in a cultural programme and you feel we can help support you, please let us know.

Sponsorship

Andrew Gordon-Colebrooke received the continued support of WHIreland Wealth Management in 2019 as he competed in the prestigious British GT Championship behind the wheel of a Century Motorsport BMW M4 GT4. Gordon-Colebrooke and WH Ireland Wealth Management started their partnership in 2018 as the Buckinghamshire racer competed in the Ginetta GT4 Supercup and they are continuing their association as he moves into one of the world’s foremost domestic GT series.
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Charitable Donations

We are proud to support a number of charitable organisation across the country. We firmly believe in the importance of playing our part in the communities in which we live and work and we are committed to supporting project that can benefit the society.

Throughout 2019, we were delighted to make a donation to Wood Street Mission, a children’s charity helping children and families living on a low income in Manchester and Salford. We have also made a donation towards a local community defibrillator in the area of Poole for local communities and residents.

Fostering Young Talent

In line with our ambition to bring in more motivated young people to the finance industry and support their development, we host work experience days at our London office for young adults aged between 16 and 22. This event gives our young attendees the opportunity to learn more from employees from across the business working in Wealth Management, Wealth Planning, Corporate & Institutional Broking, Compliance, Human Resources and Marketing. Each session gives them the opportunity to ask questions ranging from what qualifications they would need, to what a standard day in these roles entails.

The positive feedback received from the attendees over the years shows that the events are a great success and demonstrate how informative the attendees found the sessions, particularly around inspiring young people to make informed decisions on their future careers in financial services.

We are also proud to be supporting the Young Enterprise UK: Employability Skills for young people, encouraging them to develop skills needed in the workplace and achieve their career goals.