Ravenscroft has appointed a new Financial Controller and a Trainee Investment Adviser.
Elliott Crowson has started his investment career with the investment services company, while Tristan Brown has joined as Financial Controller.
Whilst completing a maths degree at King's College London, Mr Brown also worked for Sportingbet as an Online Trader before moving to London to work as a Customer Intelligence Analyst. He then spent four years with PwC in Guernsey where he qualified as a chartered accountant with ACCA.
In his new role at Ravenscroft, Mr Brown will be involved in the monthly performance and regulatory reporting as well as the interim and year-end statutory reporting.
"Having had a portfolio focused mainly on private equity and investment management clients whilst at PwC, I'm hoping to be able to use that knowledge in my role at Ravenscroft," he said. "As well as my financial services background, I'm hoping having spent time in an analyst role will help me bring value to the monthly reporting and analysis I'll be performing."
Mr Crowson graduated from Brighton University with a law with business degree last year and then worked for six months before an extended trip to Australia and New Zealand.
His role with the company is split between the advisory investment desk and Ravenscroft's precious metals business, BullionRock.
"No two days are the same," said Mr Crowson. "When working with the investment advisory team I will be researching companies across all sectors looking for investment opportunities and attending meetings with clients and business representatives.
"My role with BullionRock allows me to gain insight into the scale, purchase and storage of precious metal and its investment potential as part of a diversified portfolio. Having a mixed role enables me to gain a greater understanding of Ravenscroft as a whole and learn a multitude of applicable skills."
Pictured top: Tristan Brown and Elliott Crowson.
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