Finance expert Emmanuel Asuquo is a financial advisor with over 12 years of experience. Responsible for founding Noir Excel and The Eman Effect, Emmanuel is committed to helping both individuals and corporate clients to manage their financial situations.
Emmanuel started his journey into finance at Greenwich University, graduating with a degree in accounting and finance. Shortly after he landed his dream job as a financial advisor, advising customers at Barclays Bank on how to manage their finances. He later went on to work for NatWest, HSBC and HBOS. His time spent working at the banks gained Emmanuel valuable knowledge, experiencing various emerging markets and their rise and fall.
After gaining experience Emmanuel decided to establish his own company to provide financial advice. In 2016 he set up Noir Excel, established to provide financial education to those from low social-economic backgrounds. He wanted to help people escape their financial misfortune, helping people get out of debt and poverty cycles with knowledge of how to achieve financial goals.
Emmanuel later set up The Eman Effect, again to support people financially. The Eman Effect is an organisation that works to provide a number of different talks and seminars pivotal to finance, delivering to schools, charities, universities, colleges and corporate organisations. Emmanuel also has a role on the Channel 4 programme Save Well Spend Better, where he acts as a financial expert helping the general public to save money on everyday purchases. He also works as a risk and compliance analyst at the firm Brewen Dolphin.
Describing himself as a personal and corporate advisor, investor, motivational speaker and financial freedom teacher Emmanuel is the perfect choice for a range of events. Emmanuel strongly belives that self-belief and hard work are the way to achieve dreams, and frequently preaches this to both individual and corporate clients.
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