For the second year running Beneficial Trust & Will Company Ltd (BTWC), are pleased to announce they are shortlisted for an industry leading national award.
We are delighted to announce we have been shortlisted in the British Wills and Probate Awards 2019 for Will Writing Firm of the Year (Regional – Midlands and North).
With it also being our twentieth year in the industry this year, here at BTWC the team are thrilled to be recognised in these industry awards.
Through the last 20 years there have been many changes in the estate planning marketplace, not only going through two recessions, but legislation changes, the threat of regulation (which abated and which we are prepared for anyway) but also a consumer mind-set that has remained steady in their view of ‘I’ll make my Will when I’m older’ – a challenging mind-set but one we have tailored our approach around to educate people to overcome this view.
The ethos of BTWC has stayed the same, and that is to always provide a service for advisers and clients that can be trusted and relied upon for professionalism and expert support and guidance – and this has helped create loyalty amongst our advisers and clients, which we value more than anything. In 2019 we have seen continued growth and ongoing support from our members and clients.
These prestigious awards focus on businesses who operate in the Wills and Probate sector and the substantial contribution they make to the industry, how they support clients, what innovation they bring to the industry and how they help raise the service standards across the board.
Amy Peters, Head of Operations, comments “The team are thrilled at being shortlisted once again in these awards. The industry has faced a number of challenges once again this year, but we are pleased to have been able to grow, both in regards with our clients and members, but also working with new partners to further enhance our proposition to the market place. We continuously strive to provide a trusted professional service that supports all will writing and estate planning needs and we are thrilled to be amongst some very strong peers on the shortlist for this category.”