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Euan Spencer is promoted to Associate Director.

Updated: Apr 11

SaSo Strategic Advisers is delighted to announce the promotion of Euan Spencer to Associate Director.

Euan joined SaSo Strategic Advisers in January 2020, having previously held an internship at the Jersey branch of a multi-national private investment bank. Before this, Euan was a Relationship Manager for a Fintech company based in Jersey.

While Euan is regarded among his peers as a ‘homegrown’ Financial Adviser, Jersey wasn’t his place of birth. He moved to the island at three years old and was educated at Victoria College. He then achieved a BSc (Hons) in International Financial Services through the Jersey International Business School.

Euan has successfully completed the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investments (CISI) Investment Advice Diploma (IAD) qualification and is a member of the International Compliance Association.

Garry Forbes, Managing Director of SaSo Strategic, said about Euan’s recent promotion, “Euan has been with SaSo for four years now, and we have all enjoyed seeing his development progress over these past four years.

Euan is a real team player with a great can-do attitude and is a fantastic asset to SaSo.

This new role recognises Euan’s ongoing commitment to providing quality financial advice to SaSo’s Channel Islands-based clients and his contribution to the business's ongoing operations.

Euan demonstrates a strong commitment and focus to the SaSo brand and has a significant amount to offer SaSo in the future.”

Euan has also been promoted to the Investment Committee at SaSo Strategic Advisers, which oversees the Discretionary Investment Management service for their 500+ private clients across the Channel Islands.

This appointment formalises Euan’s input to the Committee to date and allows him to start actively participating in the discussion and framing of future Investment Policy for SaSo Strategic Advisers.

Euan has enjoyed helping JRFC win two consecutive promotions to level 5 on the English rugby pyramid system, which has involved many away matches in the Hampshire area and the well-attended home matches at St Peter.

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