ABOUT

 Priscum Ltd was founded by long established Financial Advisers and compliance consultants.

We have a depth of personnel and the experience to give unrivalled geographic and specialist coverage of the whole of the UK. 

 
Keith Wrightson Founding Director

He has been presented with the Fellowship of the Personal Finance Society at the Chartered Insurance Institute in London. He is an Associate of the Association Of Compliance Professionals. He is also an Associate of the Pensions Management Institute and a Chartered Insurance Practitioner.

 He has many years of experience in providing quality financial advice and he has previously worked for two of the top five accountancy firms, a major insurance company and an international benefits consultancy.

Alex Wrightson Director

Is a Qualified Teacher and for several years taught prisoners Drama and Art. He has recently undertaken a job change and currently organizes Keith and the other staff delegating tasks answering phones and being a general dogs body. 


He is currently studying the first of many financial exams.

Tom Sapsed

Tom holds a Diploma in Financial Planning. He is currently studying towards an Advanced Diploma in Financial Planning which will give him Chartered Status.

From 2001 to 2016, Tom held a variety of roles with Clerical Medical, Scottish Widows and Lloyds Banking Group including Product Research, Client Relationship Manager and Business Development Manager.

Tom started his career with Sun Life in 1985 and has previously worked as a Independent Financial Adviser, Paraplanner with a number of Providers and Financial Servicing companies in the South West.

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Priscum Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct  Authority No. 507387

Registered Office:  Unit A1 Estate Office Marston Hall Marston Jabbett Bedworth CV12 9SD    Company Registration Number: 2815490

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