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Leading Welsh Pensions and Investment Specialist Reaffirms its Commitment to the Ospreys

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Leading Welsh pensions and investment specialist and long term commercial partner of the region, WPS Financial Group, has reaffirmed its commitment to the Ospreys, agreeing a new deal to have its logo on the 2016/17 kit.

26.04.16 - Ospreys - WPS Sponsorship

26.04.16 – Ospreys – WPS Sponsorship

The WPS Financial Group logo will once again feature on the back of the left leg of the shorts for next season, a spot it has occupied over the last two years.

Prior to 2014, the shorts featured the logo of SIP Wealth Management, one of the WPS companies, the official investment, planning and pension provider to Ospreys Rugby, having supplied services to the business, players and support staff since the start of 2013.

Jon Francis, Managing Director of WPS Financial Group Ltd, said:

“We are delighted once again to renew our sponsorship next season with Ospreys Rugby.

“After enjoying a number of years as short sponsors, our relationship continues to go from strength to strength and we are proud to be able to work so closely with the region. We look forward to providing ongoing support to existing and new clients and businesses moving forward.”

WPS Financial Group, now employs 25 people advising clients across offices from Pembroke to Lydney  and looks after more than 2,250 clients with over £350 million in investment and pension funds.

Andrew Millward, Managing Director, Ospreys Rugby, said:

“The relationship between the WPS Financial Group and Ospreys Rugby is one that goes much deeper than just a sponsor with a logo on the kit. As an official supplier to the Ospreys, their expert advice and knowledge helps us thrive off the field.

“Building mutually beneficial, long-term partnerships with locally based companies like WPS, is key to our ongoing stability and success, We are delighted that they will be part of our team once again next season and, hopefully, for many seasons to come.”