New CEO at First Samuel
Guy Strapp, the Chairman of boutique wealth manager First Samuel, has announced the naming of Sean Cash as its Chief Executive.
"I am pleased to advise all our clients, shareholders and other stakeholders of the appointment of Sean Cash as the Company's new CEO," Mr Strapp said.
"Sean has had an impressive career in financial services spanning over 30 years, the last 20 years in senior executive roles. His extensive experience in the full range of financial services will be of significant benefit to First Samuel's clients and shareholders."
Mr Cash spent 13 years with National Australia Bank in a series of executive management roles. Prior to this he worked for 20 years with ANZ Banking Group, also in senior management roles.
He has extensive experience across multiple banking disciplines including financial markets, treasury, retail banking, risk, legal & compliance, finance, technology and strategy. He has led large teams across multiple jurisdictions and has worked or resided in the UK, Americas, Asia and India.
"I am delighted to join First Samuel," Mr Cash commented. "It has developed an enviable record of client service over its 21 years and I look forward to ensuring that record continues."
Anthony Starkins, First Samuel's Founder and Executive Director, added, "Sean's experience as an executive director on bank-owned investment and securities' companies is welcomed. We particularly note his deep familiarity with legal and compliance with regulators in domestic and offshore locations."
First Samuel is a Melbourne-based boutique wealth management company, providing bespoke personal financial advice and individual investment management services to individuals and their families. It was founded in 1999 and has in excess of $500 million of investments under management.