Experienced consultant augments The Fry Group’s growing Singapore client offering

SINGAPORE, 7 December 2018 – The Fry Group, a global financial advisory firm specialising in working with British expats around the world, today announces the appointment of Danny Shiel as Senior Financial Planner, Singapore, effective immediately.

Danny will provide specialist financial planning advice to expats in Singapore, helping them with practical solutions to the financial issues that concern them most. His advice covers all areas of wealth management, including investment restructuring, retirement planning and wealth preservation for families.

Danny brings more than 20 years’ UK experience and expertise to his new role. Prior to joining The Fry Group, he ran his own financial advisory practice in the UK, providing guidance to a select portfolio of clients for some years. This followed significant success as a financial planner at Hargreaves Lansdown. In 2005 he had the distinction of being a member of the first-ever group of financial advisers appointed as Chartered Financial Planners by the Chartered Institute of Insurance. In addition, he holds the highest financial advisory designation in the UK as a Fellow of the Personal Finance Society alongside an MBA degree.

Huw Wedlock, Director and Singapore CEO, said, “We are thrilled to welcome Danny to The Fry Group. His track record of providing advice to high net worth clients and his deep knowledge of the appropriate solutions give a significant boost to our capabilities in Singapore. Hiring Danny underlines our intention to hire the best talent as we build the most highly-qualified team in Singapore and around the world.”

David Pugh, Head of Sales and Marketing, added: “Our presence in Singapore continues to grow as we leverage our award-winning formula of providing trusted advice, products and services to meet expats’ particular requirements. Danny’s arrival strengthens our client offering and positions us strongly to offer even greater value to our clients.”

Danny Shiel

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