Bringing you live news and features since 2013
Bringing you news, views and analysis since 2013
shaking hands

26533

CISI appoints new Scottish branch President

RELATED TOPICS​

The Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) has appointed Maggie Lindsay, Chartered FCSI as President of its Scotland branch.

Lindsay has five years’ experience on the CISI Scottish Regional committee and more than 25 years’ experience in the Financial Services profession.  She has worked in a variety of operational roles over the course of her career and is currently an Associate Director with Smith & Williamson, looking after various teams within Investment Operations and Fund Administration.

Lindsay is the first to step up through the region’s succession planning process and follows Chris Clark’s four year leadership. 

Lindsay says: “It is an exciting time in Scotland as we build on the successes of recent years where we see a huge increase of CPD opportunities within region and look to expand beyond the key cities of Glasgow & Edinburgh.  We now have a truly diverse committee both in terms of age, experience and gender; and there is a passion within the committee to increase the engagement with our younger professionals, universities and all our members.  In the changing regulatory environment that we all now work in, it is ever increasingly important that we can bring the best speakers and events to Scotland.

“I would particularly like to thank Chris Clark for his leadership over the last few years and for his continued support. I have inherited a strong and dedicated committee that is representative from all the areas of our profession – investment, wealth and financial planning communities. With their help and that of our growing membership I look forward to the challenges in the coming years.”

Richard Bennett, CISI Regional Director, says: “We are delighted to welcome Maggie as our new Scottish branch President and to thank outgoing President Chris Clark for his leadership. We look forward to working with Maggie to continue to plan and shape the branch programme and help grow our membership during the year ahead.”

Latest News

GAM Investments and Sun Hung Kai & Co, a Hong Kong-based alternative investment firm, are..
PwC’s Global Entertainment & Media Outlook 2024-28, covering 13 sectors across 53 countries and territories,..
London-based Nickel Digital Asset Management (Nickel) writes that it has delivered a record first half..

Related Articles

Green energy
2024 has been the strongest ever year for green bond sales, with deals topping USD356 billion in the first six months, according to research from Bloomberg...
2024 has been the strongest ever year for green bond sales, with deals topping USD356 billion in the first six..
infrastructure headline
The new Labour government has launched a GBP7.3 billion National Wealth Fund which will target private capital to support the UK’s growth ambitions...
The new Labour government has launched a GBP7.3 billion National Wealth Fund which will target private capital to support the..
Tom McPhail, lang cat
Today’s news of a landslide victory from the UK’s Labour party, finds that the markets had mostly factored in a widely predicted Labour win...
Today’s news of a landslide victory from the UK’s Labour party, finds that the markets had mostly factored in a..
Pensions might not feature at the top of the political parties’ manifesto promises this election, but their role in driving the UK’s growth ambitions is increasingly on investors’ agendas...
Pensions might not feature at the top of the political parties’ manifesto promises this election, but their role in driving..
Subscribe to the Institutional Asset Manager newsletter

Subscribe for access to our weekly newsletter, newsletter archive, updates on the site and exclusive email content.

Marketing by