Noel is based in Norwich and London, UK, and is responsible for the development of fund sales through the Aviva UK Life & Pensions platform. Noel also works with third party providers and UK National IFAs, Networks and service providers.
Experience and qualifications
Previously, Noel was part of the Sustainable Future Funds team at Aviva Investors, and has extensive experience in the intermediated fund sales industry across the UK. Noel holds the Investment Management Certificate (IMC) of the UK Society of Investment Professionals, and a degree In International Politics & Economics from the University of East Anglia
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