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Changes to our usual opening hours

Until further notice and in order to help our working colleagues during the Corona Virus pandemic we will be changing office opening and closing hours as from Friday 27th March 2020.

These will be:

  • 10.00am – 1.00pm
  • 2.00pm – 3.00pm

If you are a client of PIA Wealth Management then you will still be able to contact your adviser on their direct number, or email us on office@piawm.net.

PIA Wealth Management & Coronavirus

Welcome to PIA Wealth Management, Independent financial advice in Wolverhampton, West Midlands and throughout the UK.

Few independent financial advisers (IFAs) in the UK have a pedigree and commitment to excellent service that matches PIA Wealth Management. We have a fully Chartered Financial Planner as part of our team to ensure we deliver all round market leading advice.

Over the years, our personal approach to financial planning has helped both client and company to prosper and PIA are recognised as one of the leading IFAs in the Wolverhampton and Black Country Area.

Originally established in Cannock in 1987, we have an unrivalled history of giving independent financial advice to a wide range of people throughout the United Kingdom.

It is testament to our services that many of our clients have been with us since inception. But what exactly can we do for you? Please contact us or explore this website for more info.

PIA Wealth Management are a fully compliant advisory business and all advisers have been issued with their SPS Licence (Statement of Professional Standing).

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To briefly summarise who we are and what we can do to help you to achieve all your financial goals and aspirations please download our pdf brochure.

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