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Panpathic Communications wins Wealth for Woman account

By Staff

11th February 2014

Category: PR

Panpathic Communications has won the PR account for Wealth for Woman, founded by Mary Waring.

Waring, who is qualified as a chartered financial planner and a chartered accountant, is an independent financial adviser specialising in financial advice to women going through divorce.

Panpathic Communications is generating coverage for Waring’s book – ‘The Wealthy Woman – a man is not a financial plan’ – and her financial advice services.

Panpathic MD Chantal Cooke said: “Mary’s message resonates with a lot of women and it’s important to help those women who may feel they ‘don’t understand money’ that in fact it’s both easy and essential to understand your finances.”

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