A lifelong Coventry City fan will be pairing his established national business with the Football Club.
Andrew Whiting, owner of Andrew Whiting Wealth Consultancy LLP, is taking the next step of backing the Sky Blues by aligning his business with the club as a club partner.
The company, based in Solihull, specialise in wealth management across the country, providing 1300 private and business clients with professional advice on managing their finances, providing expert advice on business strategy and risks, estate planning and retirement planning.
Andrew, who has been dealing in the financial sector for 28-years, is a lifelong Sky Blues fan and attended his first game at the age of three.
Now, over 30 years later, the business he started from scratch will be partnered with his beloved football club, something Andrew holds very close to his heart while maintaining that the partnership will be mutually beneficial for both the club and his consultancy.
“It’s great to be an official club partner,” Andrew said.
“I came to my first ever game at Highfield Road aged three and had to stand on a beer crate to watch the action!
“Obviously the club has provided me with so many emotional moments, none more so than the 87 Cup final and beating Manchester United at Old Trafford!
“So to be a partner with my team, who I have been a Season Ticket holder for over 15-years with, is really special.
“While it’s a great situation to be partnered with the club, it has be mutually beneficial for us both and I really believe it is a good move for both the consultancy and the football club.
“This season has started well and as a fan and now a club partner, we hope it continues for a long time!”
Tynan Scope, Corporate Sales Manager for the Sky Blues, added: “We’re delighted to be working with Andrew and his firm, which is hugely successful in the financial sector.
“The business is continuing to grow and hopefully we can help them as a club partner to sustain that growth. It’s a great partnership and one which we believe can continue to flourish over the coming years.”