Westerby Group Appoints Louise Jarram as Financial Controller

February 21, 2018

The Westerby Group has appointed Louise Jarram as their Financial Controller, with overall responsibility for Westerby Investment Management Limited and Westerby Trustee Services Limited.

Louise brings a wealth of experience to the Westerby Group, from a move as a Trustee Accountant at retirement solutions provider, Embark Services Ltd.

Prior to Embark Services Ltd, Louise worked as a property Syndicate Accountant at Mattioli Woods plc, for the subsidiary company Custodian Capital Limited, a property investment and management business.

Louise graduated from Sheffield University in 2007 with a BA (Hons) in Business Studies and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2013.

She joins Westerby Group at a time when the company is experiencing significantly increased levels of interest in their services, both from direct clients and financial advisers, leading to record levels of new business.

Stephen Harvey, Managing Director of The Westerby Group, said: “We are really delighted to welcome Louise into Westerby’s to join the senior management team as Financial Controller. She brings invaluable experience gained within our sector.”

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