Graham is a Senior Business Development Director in the UK Wholesale sales team and is responsible for servicing key discretionary and advisor clients in the North of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland
Experience and qualifications
Graham has over 23 years experience in the financial industry, joining Aviva Investors in 2015, having previously held senior sales positions at Aberdeen Standard Investments, Lloyds TSB Offshore Fund Managers and Scottish Widows Investment Partnership beginning his career at The Royal Bank of Scotland in 1997. He graduated from Northumbria University with a BA (Hons) in Business Studies.
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