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Influential award for local business leaders

Influential award for local business leaders

Monday 13 February 2023

Influential award for local business leaders

Monday 13 February 2023

Guernsey-based Alasdair McLaren, IQ-EQ’s Regional Head of Private Wealth for the UK, Ireland and Crown Dependencies, has been recognised for by eprivateclient’s 50 Most Influential list.

Throughout his three decades in the sector Mr McLaren has developed extensive experience in serving ultra-high-net-worth families with complex wealth structuring requirements.

Among those who nominated him for the recognition, one peer said: “Clients trust Alasdair, not only as a professional, but as an ally to help them resolve difficult issues and add real value to the relationship”.

Since joining IQ-EQ in 2014, his track record of performance, paired with commitment to his work at IQ-EQ and the wider industry, have earned him successive promotions – from client services director to Head of Private Wealth for Guernsey in 2019, then to the newly created role of Regional Head of Private Wealth in 2022. 

Mr McLaren is a thought leader of the Guernsey fiduciary community, and regularly speaks at industry conferences, such as Guernsey Finance events, and previously chaired the annual Guernsey STEP conference.

The recognition from eprivateclient notably comes just after Mr McLaren was recognised in the 2023 Private Client Global Elite Directory, which showcases the top private wealth professionals as chosen by their own industry peers. 

Success for IQ-EQ Guernsey continued last week when the jurisdiction won ‘Gold’ in the 2023 Citywealth IFC Awards.

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