Angus Geddes

$5,000-$10,000
Australia - NSW

Angus Geddes has a wealth of experience acquired over more than two decades in both domestic and international financial markets. Angus has built a successful wealth management company with offices in Sydney, London, Auckland and Jakarta with over $300 million under advice and management, and more than 20,000 subscribers. Angus is a highly successful entrepreneur with a successful investment track record holding stakes in fast growing bakery cafe chain Pie Face and Fitch Metal Engineering. 
 
Angus' investment track record began at the young age of 13 when he received a "highly commended" award from the New Zealand Chamber of Commerce for increasing an initial investment of $200 to $35,000 on the world stock markets. Today he owns and operates a large private investment portfolio focused on equities and distressed property. 

During his career, Angus has worked as a money market trader in New Zealand, a financial consultant in the United Kingdom and in stock broking in Australia and the United States. In Australia, Angus spent nearly four years with Bankers Trust as a senior stockbroker, before moving to JB Were. Angus left JB Were to establish his wealth management company. He became a cornerstone shareholder and a director of Pie Face which today has 100 stores operating in Australia and the United States.

Majoring in Economics, Angus completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree at Otago University, New Zealand.

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