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Top 30 under 30: recognising wealth management's rising stars

Top 30 under 30: recognising wealth management's rising stars

Following the success of last year’s Top 30 under 30, Wealth Manager has once again put the UK wealth management sector under the microscope to find the industry’s best up and coming talent.

The individuals selected have studied hard to pass their exams and have impressed their more seasoned peers.

The final list is based on a combination of academic success, professional qualifications, ranging from the CFA to the CISI’s Masters, and most importantly, the impact they have had on the businesses they work for.

It is also perhaps unsurprising to see the drive that underpins many of the Top 30’s attitude to their career spill over into their personal lives – with an array of impressive professional achievements that include running the London marathon aged 18 and climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.

To find out who made this year's cut see Top 30 under 30.

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