Growing Up

Where does the time go? Summer is already upon us, the holidays are in full swing and before long the autumn leaves will be lining our path towards a momentous celebration as we embark upon our 21st year in business.

In the autumn of 1996, Bob Hudson and Simon Fitton started the next stage of their financial services journey with the company that was soon to become Manse Capital.

In late 2006, a management buyout lead to the separation of the company into two parts and by July 2011 Manse Capital was launched.

Evolving with the times

This year, in the midst of delivering our long-standing high levels of service to our growing client base, we came to realise that our brand had not yet joined our pioneering vision for our future of financial planning. Our website and visual image were no longer reflective of the times, who we are or the direction we are heading. So something had to change.

As thought leaders in our industry, we have never sought to blend in with the crowd and are proud to offer a service that’s dramatically different to that of our competitors. We are proud that our business is centred on the lives of our clients and helping not only our clients, but our team too, in achieving their life-long ambitions, whatever and wherever that journey may take them.

So 2017 welcomes a new, more dynamic visual image for Manse Capital, with a brand new website, suite of illustrations and marketing campaigns to follow. A brand that reflects our heritage, our personable, open and friendly culture and our desire to provide not just a service, but a partnership.

Our future

Our brand has seen many transformations in the last 21 years and although it is not certain what form it will take in the next 21, we are confident that our values and relationship driven process will consistently be at the forefront of our financial planning experience.

We believe our brand refresh is a key turning point in our ‘coming of age’ and we are incredibly proud to be sharing our experience, intelligence and business journey with you.