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Walking with Wealth Managers: Louis Coke of Charles Stanley Guildford

Walking with Wealth Managers: Louis Coke of Charles Stanley Guildford

Episode 3 of our podcast series - Walking with Wealth Managers

In this episode, Wealth Manager's Suzie Bliss travelled to the North Downs to meet Louis Coke, senior investment manager in Charles Stanley's Guildford office. 

He told us why he loves the greenery of Guildford and why he thinks investment management is a good career choice for young people. 

Looking back over his career, we also discussed the rocky road walked by BHP Billiton investors, and he explains more about the professional forum he set up. All this in the midst of plenty of dog walkers! 

You can listen to the podcast now using the player above, and you can also subscribe on iTunes.

You can also find all the episodes on our new podcast hub and check out other listening options there too.

If you would like more information or to get involved with our podcasts, contact Eleanor on emahmoud@citywire.co.uk. 

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