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Wayne is one of the co-founders at Collins Sarri Statham Investments, with 25 years of financial services experience; Wayne is predominantly responsible for the strategic leadership and financial planning of the company. He is a qualified Stock broker having passed both the IMC and IAD securities diploma.
“Our aim is to bring a structured approach to our clients investment portfolio’s that exceeds their investment goals within the required time frame.
I believe that an old fashioned traditional stockbroker perspective is still needed in the ever changing world we live in – and experience has to be earned and lived, it cannot be taught or replaced”.
Luca is a Director and Co-founder of Collins Sarri Statham Investments and has been a private client Stockbroker in London for over 20 years. Luca is a Chartered MCSI member and holds an Investment Advice Diploma (IAD) for Securities and Derivatives.
“I have many years of experience in dealing in equities and derivatives, and am well versed in running dealing teams in difficult and challenging market conditions” Explains Luca “Our vision at Collins Sarri Statham Investments is to create a leading brand that is able to provide the private investor with a wide range of products at competitive prices. We have built a talented team here at CSS and we are committed to providing an exceptional level of service to our clients”
Ravi Lockyer has over 20 years’ experience in the financial sector, both in broking and journalism. As Senior Analyst at Collins Sarri Statham Investments, Ravi has a broad remit advising private clients and producing the majority of in house analysis. In addition he has written extensively about smaller UK companies and trained staff in research techniques. Other experience includes shipping operations and real estate following the award of his MSc in Shipping, Trade & Finance at City University in 1996. Widely travelled, Ravi considers his key skills to be in building and maintaining lasting relationships. Ravi has appeared on Bloomberg TV, and other TV channels as well as being quoted in major UK newspapers. His insights are always informative and well researched.
Ravi says: “Collins Sarri Statham represents an outstanding trading platform coupled with real know how that will deliver market beating solutions for clients in a fast moving environment and I’m pleased to be part of the team.”
Damien has joined CSS after four successful years at a private client stockbrokers, where Damien left as a Senior Broker providing concise and knowledgeable advice on existing portfolios and providing advice for structuring portfolios for income and growth. During this time Damien has become adept with dealing with the needs of a wide spectrum of clients and developed a broad knowledge of the U.K. Stock market.
Damien says “Given the volatility of the world economic situation, clients demand clarity and expediency in the advice they receive from their broker and here at CSS Investments this is what we strive to deliver in a professional manner”.
Ross joined the CSS team following four years spent at a private client stockbroking firm, where he began his career by completing the IAD Level 4 qualifications. During this time, Ross assisted both retail and professional clients, helping them manage their portfolios and advising on blue chip stocks through to small cap companies. Having studied finance at University, Ross has spent his most recent years developing his knowledge of financial markets.
“I believe that the basis of an advisory service is understanding the client and building a long-lasting relationship. At Collins Sarri Statham we aim to build such relationships, helping our clients achieve their specific and often varied objectives.”