The beginning of a new chapter for Fiducia
Gordon Kearney promoted to Managing Director of Fiducia
Fiducia Wealth Management is delighted to announce the promotion of Gordon Kearney to the position of Managing Director which follows John Millican’s decision to step down and become Executive Chairman.
John has been the MD since Fiducia was formed in 2005 and over the subsequent 13 years the company has become a renowned and leading brand – and not just locally. In particular, it has been recognised in many national advisor awards.
After a lifetime in the profession, John has decided it is the right time to pass the principal executive responsibility to the younger generation within the company.
Proud and privileged
Gordon, 39, a Director who has been with Fiducia since it started, said: “I have learned so much working alongside John and I feel very proud and privileged to take over from him as Managing Director.
“We are a very ambitious, dynamic and growing company that has worked hard to create an empathetic and understanding environment which places our clients at the heart of everything we do.
“We have a great team, one that we are always adding to with those who share our principals and ethos. My goal is to build on all the good work John has done so that we can look forward to the future with confidence.”
A smooth transition
Announcing his decision to step down, John said: “We are all very proud of the reputation Fiducia has built over the past 13 years and I know it will go from strength to strength under Gordon’s leadership. We have planned a smooth transition, one based on evolution rather than revolution.
“Fiducia has built its reputation on being honest and fair and on providing a personal service to each of our clients. I know Fiducia will continue its commitment to these important hallmarks.
“I have thoroughly enjoyed my role as Managing Director but I now believe that it is the right time for this change to be made. I am looking forward to my new role as Executive Chairman and the opportunity to continue to contribute to our future plans. I will also remain as an advisor – so this is certainly not retirement!”