Finura hires Rio Stedford as new Head of Financial Planning

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Finura are delighted to have Rio Stedford join the team as Head of Financial Planning, bringing over a decade of experience in wealth management.

Joining from Quilter Cheviot where Rio was Proposition Manager, Rio has experience working with high-net-worth individuals and will be a key player to drive Finura’s strategic growth ambitions this year.

Rio Stedford comments:

“Following a highly successful decade, Finura was looking for a new school thinker to join their senior leadership team. Their vision, excellent client-centric standards, and agility drew me in. It was very clear to me early on just how forward-thinking, collaborative their culture was.

A perfect combination and true competitive advantage in the industry. 

I am thrilled to join Finura and play such a key role in the next phase of the company’s journey. Driving strategic growth, diversifying income streams, and continuing to increase personalisation and efficiency for our clients.”

Nathan Mead-Wellings, Managing Director and Co-Founder commented:

“We are delighted Rio is joining Finura. She has fantastic knowledge of the financial planning space and her commitment to client experience and knowledge of technology will be a real asset. Rio is a modern advocate for the financial planning sector, and we are absolutely aligned in making more people aware of the positive impact financial planning can have on their lives. Rio will provide internal support to our planning team and will help us connect with more individuals, families and corporates to support with their financial planning needs.”

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