Financial planning & advice for women
whenever they need it.

Women’s Wealth are a team of female focused financial advisors on a mission to maximise what women save and earn.

Financial answers women want – and need.

Experience shows us that women can feel isolated around money and don’t tend to discuss or share detailed personal financial information.
We aim to change that – with Women’s Wealth as your Best Financial Friend (BFF).

Inform

We tell you stuff that nobody else has.

We do this in a way that treats you respectfully as an individual and answers your questions.

From basic money management to advanced and complex tax and investment planning for higher earners, we are at your side.

Collaborate

We level up your financial know-how.

We don’t dictate. Instead we get to know your needs and goals. We work with you to learn where you can (and should) be, then guide you as you make the decisions to get there.

Women’s Wealth is your Best Financial Friend (BFF).

Transform

We get you talking about money.

First we learn and assess your starting point, and then account for your personality, past financial behaviours and approach to risk.

We don’t patronise, but help you understand – allowing you to make confident decisions for future success.

Q: Is a woman’s financial journey the same as a man’s?
A: Um… No.   

There are similarities, of course. But women and men can have a different approach to finance.

That’s why our competent team of fully authorised and regulated female financial advisers is trained to specifically guide women’s financial futures.

(And we’re very good at it, too!)

Deep down, is it time you dealt better with your money?

Learn positive behaviours and make rewarding financial decisions.
Get to know us and take things a step at a time with Women’s Wealth’s three membership packages:
Enable, Empower and Enhance.

Why Women’s Wealth specialises in Financial Advice & Planning for Women?

We know you don’t want a sales pitch. You want advice that understands your life and your needs.

Our professional advisers relate to their clients as individuals. They coach, inform and listen before they assess what you need to optimise your money and wealth. Then, as your trusted BFF, they help keep your finances safe and working for you.

  • Women sometimes run their lives relationally to others; we support a balanced way of achieving a more inclusive financial planning journey. 
  • You may be taking into account plans for a family, or other life-changing decisions such as sharing a house, marriage or divorce.
  • Your financial decisions will impact your future. Doing nothing will not maximise your wealth.
  • Do you sometimes let money ‘happen’ to you? Whatever you earn, we want to break down the barriers and help you take control.
  • We help you expect and demand what is best for you – not best for everyone else.

“WW exists because the financial world is still mostly geared towards Men’s wealth.”

Samantha Secomb, Women’s Wealth Founder and CEO

Women’s Wealth in the Press

Moral Money: our reader wants to convince their friends to eat in instead of dining out

Columnist for The Telegraph

‘Help, our friends are costing us too much. How can we rein them in?’

How to opt out of over-indulgence at Christmas

Columnist for The Telegraph

‘My family’s excessive Christmas disgusted me – what can I do?’

Moral Money: our reader receives a surprise offer – but feels too young to retire

Columnist for The Telegraph

‘Someone wants to buy my business – should I take the money, or keep my dream job?’

Moral Money: our reader wants to know if they can have a say about the donation

Columnist for The Telegraph

‘I found £350 in a lost purse – but the police want to give it to charity’

Moral money: our reader is concerned her earnings will cause conflict

Columnist for The Telegraph

Should I hide my recent pay rise to protect my husband’s feelings?

Moral Money - our reader is concerned the ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’ is overstretched

Columnist for The Telegraph

My daughter expects me to fund her wedding, after I loaned her £300,000. Should I?

My new partner is trying to get a share of my divorce settlement - should I let him?

Columnist for the Telegraph

My new partner is trying to get a share of my divorce settlement – should I let him?

Moral Money - Should we install solar panels?

Columnist for The Telegraph

We want to install solar panels, but our children would rather have the money for their inheritance

Samantha Secomb, founder of Women's Wealth speaking about the Pension Gender Pay Gap at FT Adviser

We’re in FT Adviser

On the panel at FT Adviser -The Gender Pensions Gap

Moral Money: our reader discovered her kids were two-timing her phone contract

Columnist for The Telegraph

I feel like I’ve been exploited by my own children’

My husband lost thousands to gambling – but wants to ban me from bingo

Columnist for The Telegraph

My husband lost thousands to gambling – but wants to ban me from bingo

My husband earns twice as much as me and yet I am expected to pay for a cleaner if we have one

Columnist for The Telegraph

My highly paid husband won’t chip in for a cleaner because he thinks it’s ‘my job’

Should I keep my eggs frozen or invest the money instead

Columnist for The Telegraph

Should I stop paying to keep my IVF embryos frozen now that I have children?

Should I use my divorce settlement to clear my new partner’s mortgage?

Columnist for the Telegraph

Should I use my £260,000 divorce settlement to clear my new partner’s mortgage?

Moral Money: our reader wants to know how he can invest fairly for the next generation

Columnist for the Telegraph

Am I short-changing my lockdown child?

Moral Money reader wants to know if she can say no to a relative and still avoid a family feud

Columnist for the Telegraph

How can I decline an expensive overseas wedding invite without burning bridges?

Moral Money reader wants to know - 'My 69 year old dad has a much younger fiancee - should I be worried about my inheritance?

Columnist for the Telegraph

My 69-year-old dad has a much younger fiancée – should I be worried about my inheritance?

Moral Money reader wants to know she should cover the cost of a trip to America.

Columnist for the Telegraph

My husband can’t afford our family holiday to Disney – should I leave him at home?

Moral Money reader wants to know how she can be compensated for sacrificing her career to raise a family. Moral Money columnist Samantha Secomb founder of Women's Wealth answers moral money dilemmas.

Columnist for The Telegraph

I sacrificed my career for our baby – should the father compensate me?

'After a huge row, my gran disinherited my mum - now I'm getting the house. Should I tell her?" Moral Money columnist Samantha Secomb founder of Women's Wealth answers moral money dilemmas.

Columnist for The Telegraph

After a huge row, my gran disinherited my mum – now I’m getting the house. Should I tell her?

I found a lost ring at the gym - can I keep it? Moral Money columnist Samantha Secomb founder of Women's Wealth answers moral money dilemmas.

Columnist for The Telegraph

I found a lost ring at the gym – can I keep it?

Moral Money columnist Samantha Secomb founder of Women's Wealth answers moral money dilemmas.

Columnist for The Telegraph

My father-in-law gave us £50k. Now he wants it back (with interest) – is that fair?

Family Finance and the Gender Pay Gap

We’re in the Press

Fighting to have some of the family income directed to personal ownership is usually a hard won negotiation.

Samantha Secomb founder of Women's Wealth - Independent Financial Planners

We’re in FT Adviser

At the moment, independent financial advice is exclusive. If you asked, ‘Who gets independent financial advice?’ it would not be millennial women.”

Money Marketing Press Release

We’re in Money Marketing

Diary of an aspiring adviser: ‘As a mixed-race, mid-30s female, my demographic is under-represented in the industry’

Challenging the financial disadvantages for women.

We’re in WBS

Celebrating the Inspiring Women from the MBA programmes by digging into their experiences around the theme of equity.