Giles began his investment career as a trainee at Prudential Portfolio Managers in 1998. He joined the fixed income desk a year later. By this time, Prudential's investment arm had adopted the name of the unit trust company its parent had just bought: M&G.
As an investment professional at M&G, Giles's track record encompassed the dotcom bust, Enron and other corporate frauds, the credit boom and the subsequent credit crisis.
By 2009 it was time for a change. Feeling that there were a number of investors who would have suffered through the financial crisis and who could benefit from expert help, Giles decided to leave M&G and take the regulatory qualifications necessary to establish a new investment advisory business.
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