Mark works out of our London Office within our UK wholesale team looking after our advisory and intermediary channel. Predominately Mark works with Financial advisers, third party influences and supports our platform business.
Experience and qualifications
Previously Mark has worked at Fisher Investments Europe working across both financial planning and asset management before moving to asset managers such as Unicorn, Neptune, Sandford DeLand and finally with Aviva Investors. Outside of this, he has also worked with Tax and Insurance products in the retail and intermediary markets.
Mark graduated from the University of York with a BA in Sociology and Social Psychology and holds the Investment Management Certificate (IMC).
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