Social media: Getting your message out

31 October 2012 18:00 - 31 October 2012 20:00 Add to Calendar 31-10-2012 18:00:00 31-10-2012 20:00:00 36 Social media: Getting your message out DD/MM/YYYY

Speaker, Graham Aikin has spent 9 years in various relationship management roles in the private banking industry (primarily as a Senior Private Banker with Coutts & Co)

Speaker: Graham Aikin

Graham Aikin has spent 9 years in various relationship management roles in the private banking industry (primarily as a Senior Private Banker with Coutts & Co, where he managed the wealth of ultra-HNW American families) and has a deep understanding of the needs both of HNW individuals and of the wealth management and luxury industries.

In March 2012, Graham established his own company which advises wealth managers and private client advisors on how to use social media to raise brand awareness and engage with clients and prospects. He currently works with a number of private banks and luxury brands both in the UK and overseas.

He is a well-known public speaker in his area of expertise and has published a number of thought-leadership articles and opinion pieces in the financial press. Graham has a joint law degree from the University of Central Lancashire and Central Connecticut State University.

http://uk.linkedin.com/in/grahamaikin

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