Robert Feather has been promoted to senior investment manager at Leeds-based boutique investment firm Myddleton Croft.
Feather joined the firm in early 2013 as a trainee investment manager. The 26-year-old recently achieved the CISI Chartered Wealth Manager Qualification, the highest level of professional qualification in his field.
During his four years with Myddleton Croft, Rob has assisted investment director Patrick Toes in managing around 400 client portfolios. He achieved the regulatory benchmark Level 4 CFA Investment Management Certificate soon after joining the firm. He then chose to study for the CISI Level 7 Diploma.
Founder and chairman of Myddleton Croft David Cowell said: “As I celebrate 50 years in business, I am proud to see the firm developing young talent and helping to nurture the next generation of wealth investment professionals. Rob has impressed us all with his hard work and dedication, handling a demanding job whilst also studying for the profession’s highest qualification.”
Feather said: “I have learnt so much over the last four years, working with such an experienced team. I’m really looking forward to extending my role and using my expertise to help ensure the continued success of our discretionary portfolios and the outstanding service we provide to clients.”
Myddleton Croft is a nine-strong team, working with independent financial advisers, solicitors and accountants, throughout the North of England and beyond.