Market trends – Tom Elliott deVere Group

New International Investment Strategist for deVere Group, Tom Elliott, talks about current market trends and their future outlook.

deVere enhances investment focus with international strategist appointment

The deVere Group, the global independent financial advisory organisation, has today announced the appointment of Tom Elliott as International Investment Strategist.

In his new role at deVere, Mr Elliott will analyse topical political and economic issues that could affect long term investments. His reports will be used as an additional ‘tool’ by the Group’s advisers to provide clients with world-class advice on how they should invest their assets.

deVere Group’s founder and chief executive, Nigel Green, comments: “We are extremely pleased to welcome Tom to the deVere Group. He is an informed, highly-regarded, engaging strategist whose in-depth knowledge and clear view of the markets will, no doubt, prove to be an invaluable resource for our advisers around the world.

“Tom’s appointment, and the up-to-date, informative and timely reports that he will provide, further enhance our ability to offer carefully considered and practical financial advice to our clients.”

Mr Elliott says: “I’m thrilled to join deVere, a dynamic, growing, global company with a client-centric ethos. I’m excited about helping to shape the investment advice and opportunities that are recommended to the Group’s existing and potential clients.”

Tom Elliott, who is based in London, joins the deVere Group having spent more than 20 years working in capital markets.

He began his career at Greig Middleton stockbrokers in London as a steel and software sector analyst, before moving to Fleming Asset Management in 1995 to be head of investment writing. Following the companies’ absorption by JP Morgan Asset Management in 2000, Tom worked in various investment strategy roles, first on the multi asset investments desk and from 2006 as head of the UK Guide to the Markets team, which focused on high level investor communication.

Tom has a BA in History from the University of Sussex, and an MSc in Economic History from the London School of Economics.

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