Justin Wade

Managing Director & Independent Financial Planner


Justin’s career in financial services began in 1996, and he worked in various roles within the sector, including a career in consultancy, before joining Regis Bentley in 2014.

In his role, Justin provides invaluable assistance in improving the lives of clients and staff members alike. Through his work, he helps his clients reach their financial goals, whether through investments, retirement planning, or estate planning. Justin’s mission has always been to deliver the highest quality financial advice backed by the knowledge and professional standards clients expect.


Justin has a great circle of friends and two amazing rescue dogs, who he spends his time with outside of work. His dogs are a source of joy and unconditional love. They have unique personalities and are always ready for a walk and food (in that order!).

His dogs have also taught him the importance of patience and how just one simple decision can make a difference to so many people.

What’s a quote you live by?

“If you don’t have integrity, you have nothing. You can’t buy it. You can have all the money in the world, but if you are not a moral or ethical person, you really have nothing.” – Henry Kravis

What’s the best thing about your job?

Making a substantial impact on people's lives and helping staff reach their potential.

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    02380 171070


    Latimer House
    5-7 Cumberland Place
    SO15 2BH

    Regis Bentley Limited is registered in England and Wales, registered number: 08397094. Registered office: Latimer House, 5-7 Cumberland Place, Southampton, Hampshire, England, SO15 2BH. Regis Bentley Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. You can find Regis Bentley Limited on the FCA Register by clicking here.

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