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Is this the way to Sedulo? Gareth Rose's eight music milestones

Sedulo chartered financial planner Gareth Rose has marked his career with these songs. See if you can spot a trend (ahem, Rihanna)

New Model Adviser® Top 35 Next Gen adviser Gareth Rose shares his musical milestones. From songs repeatedly heard on the radio while driving to clients to the children's TV that started to shape his life after starting a family, click through to listen to the Sedulo Wealth Management adviser's top tracks...

Read the first in our series with Gemma Siddle here, the second with Jamie Kyte here, the third with Alasdair Walker here, and the fourth with Tom Wilcox-Jones here.

If you want to contribute your own playlist, get in touch by emailing news@citywire.co.uk. We would love to hear from you.

New Model Adviser® Top 35 Next Gen adviser Gareth Rose shares his musical milestones. From songs repeatedly heard on the radio while driving to clients to the children's TV that started to shape his life after starting a family, click through to listen to the Sedulo Wealth Management adviser's top tracks...

Read the first in our series with Gemma Siddle here, the second with Jamie Kyte here, the third with Alasdair Walker here, and the fourth with Tom Wilcox-Jones here.

If you want to contribute your own playlist, get in touch by emailing news@citywire.co.uk. We would love to hear from you.

'I started my career with Lloyds TSB Private Bank back in 2000. Memories of tracks back then where Shakira's "Hips Don’t Lie" and Rhianna's "Umbrella". I won’t comment on the first one but the second is an apt title for the Manchester weather!'

'But my personal favourite from that year was the charity song by Peter Kay, "Is This The Way To Amarillo". As a Bolton lad myself I have to be a fan.'

'I left Lloyds TSB in March 2005 to progress my career towards becoming an adviser, joining Greystone, a large independently owned practice in South Manchester. 

'Shortly after joining Greystone I married my wife Nicola. Looking at the ‘hits’ of 2005 it wasn’t a great year for music! Our first dance as a married couple though still brings back wonderful memories: Elvis "Can’t Help Falling In Love".'

'I made the move from back office and technical roles to advising in 2009. Long drives to clients houses and late night meetings evoke memories of radio stations (I didn’t have an iPhone back then) and the songs of the year. "Russian Roulette" by Rihanna is still a personal favourite of mine.'

'I joined Moore and Smalley in late 2011. Being part of an accountancy practice was a new and exciting opportunity for me.  With its office being in Nottingham I spent many "happy" hours on the M6. So much time on my hands led me to great appreciation of Adele’s "Rolling In The Deep"...

...and Pitbull’s "Give Me Everything’" What happened to Pitbull?!'

'I joined the pension advice company Rowanmoor in 2013. The office being so close to home had many advantages to me, with a young family, less time travelling meant more time with them. I became accustomed to CBeebies theme tunes and the joy of Balamory more than Robin Thicke’s "Blurred Lines".'

'To bring you right up to date I joined the accountancy group Sedulo in 2016. Being part of a professional practice again and being able to offer a holistic approach to client advice is important to me.

'With our office in the centre of Manchester and our car park so close to the Arena it feels only right to end with Ariana Grande and "One Last Time".  I don’t need to explain why.'

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