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“I am out talking about our company 24 hours a day and seven days a week; in our head office our board of directors has over 30 years of experience within the financial sector, we have a great track record and are proud of the work that we do for our ever expanding client base. Integrity is of paramount importance and our reputation speaks for itself.”

Stuart Yeomans is the CEO of Farringdon Group’s HQ in Kuala Lumpur. Farringdon Group is a leading provider of financial management, tax planning and banking solutions for any astute investor or corporate organisation.

Stuart was born and educated in the UK and has been awarded a degree in Economics & Financial Services, from Nottingham Trent University’s Business School. Throughout his time offshore, Stuart has continued his studies and holds qualifications from both the Securities Investment Institute and the Monetary Authority of Singapore. Stuart has also helped develop a new qualification pathway for Malaysia which has been designed to increase the quality of advice given in Malaysia today.

Stuart has studied and worked within the Financial Service sector for a little over 9 years and has held posts in the UK, Vietnam and Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. Stuart is well known for his strong commitment to his staff and clients and has helped develop Farringdon Group into an international company with an outstanding reputation. Since becoming a major shareholder in the company, he has helped to develop and expand Farringdon Group’s offices and workforce throughout the region.

Stuart has ensured that Farringdon Group’s focus is towards retaining its clients, because they are the most vital part of the organisation. Each and every client is proactively managed by fully qualified portfolio managers, who have the highest level of integrity. This structure and management style has helped Stuart’s team obtain one of the best reputations and retention rates throughout the region. Stuart believes that bringing more transparency and regulation to the offshore market will only benefit the industry as a whole.

In 2012, Stuart was appointed as a council member for the Labuan International Insurance Association. Through his role on the board, Stuart is looking to help enhance Malaysia’s status as a well regarded and highly regulated jurisdiction to receive advice.

Stuart has also been interviewed on Capital TV and is also a key speaker at KPMG & CBRE seminars throughout Central Asia. Alongside these important presentations Stuart has also found time to contribute to the writing of one of the most recent examination papers from the Chartered Insurance Institute of the UK.

The Award in Investment Planning is geared towards offshore advisers who wish to continue their professional development.  

5 Responses »

  1. When do you sleep?

  2. Sir, i am a 34 year old working in a Government linked company. I am worried that at 34, i havent purchased a property. If i delay this, will the house prices go up?

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