Well known and established for providing his expertise as a financial advisor on Channel 4’s “Save Well, Spend Better” and BBC’s “Your Money and Your Life”, Emmanuel Asuquo is slowly becoming the go-to financial voice of reason in the UK and beyond. An ambitious and passionate man on a mission with over 15 years’ experience as a financial advisor and wealth manager, Emmanuel is on a quest to make his mark on the financial landscape with his newly founded project ‘The Eman Effect”. The ultimate vision is to provide the next generation of people with the tools and resources to navigate personal finance and wealth management with ease.
Born and raised in East London with Nigerian heritage, Emmanuel’s achievements are testimony to how far you can excel beyond your circumstances and an exact representation of how barriers can be broken with hard work, discipline, resilience and determination. Early in his career by adjusting his work ethic and amalgamating himself into his desired role, Emmanuel began to win multiple awards for exceeding targets, exceptional customer service and outstanding mystery shopper reports. Balancing work around his studies, Emmanuel started his financial journey as a cashier in Barclays Bank. He rapidly advanced up the ladder leaving the University of Greenwich with a BA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance and became at the age of 22 one of the youngest top-ranked financial advisers in the UK at Barclays Bank despite not having a strong academic background.
Emmanuel is a firm believer that “where you are in life does not define who you are and what you can achieve” as “it’s just a moment in time” this ideology resonates with his personal and professional life. Driven by becoming the change he would like to see Emmanuel is purposeful about teaching others to unlock their money mentality by empowering them to make better financial decisions and guiding them through various paths to build generational wealth. Evolving from a proletarian upbringing, Emmanuel can identify elements of himself in his clients and empathises with their journeys and desires to turn their life around.
Emmanuel has developed an authentic ability to adopt a personable style of deliverance according to his clients, enabling him to make money make sense for all. He has provided financial services to global organisations such as Barclays, Lloyds Bank, NatWest, RBS, Halifax, HSBC, Habito, Accenture, St. James Place, JP Morgan, Brewin Dolphin to name a few. Emmanuel has spoken to over circa 30,000 people in the last three years. Specialising in one-to-one consultations, delivering talks in schools from secondary to university level including Cambridge University, and providing mentorship programmes.
Emmanuel founded “The Eman Effect” after receiving countless testimonials from his clients, expressing how he changed their lives. The phrase became a common expression across his social platforms symbolising all the achievements made with clients no matter how big or small; from getting out of debt, making their first investment, buying property or preventing them from making excessive purchases.
The Eman Effect can improve your relationship with money and guide you through taking the right steps towards your financial freedom. Services include but not limited to;
- Coaching – Building a plan tailored to reaching specific personal financial goals, online group masterclasses.
- Workshops – Covering finance management, building an investment portfolio, introduction to funds/shares and property.
- Guiding life-changing decisions – Life insurance, mortgages, wills, pensions, investment.
- Delivering Motivational Keynote speeches on different topics such as – 5 powerful strategies to build wealth, Money woes keeping me awake, financial tips for surviving university, how to bridge the UK racial wealth divide, Marriage and money.
- TV &Radio
More information on our services can be found here https://emmanuelasuquo.com/new-packages/
“Emmanuel left our students motivated, inspired and determined to build wealth. Whenever one of the students is misbehaving, someone will ask them ‘what’s your why?’ That is the impact Emmanuel has had on our students. It truly is life-changing.”
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