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With the ongoing expansion of leading equity investment marketplace Snowball Effect, including the placement of private capital and advisory support, the business welcomes two new hires, Toby Kelly and Andrew Morris.
Mr Kelly joins Snowball Effect from his previous role as private wealth associate at Milford Asset Management, where he gained experience across a number of business units. Prior to this, Mr Kelly studied economics, finance and history at the University of Otago, including a semester abroad at the Prague School of Economics. He has completed the first two levels of the CFA Program and continues to work towards gaining his charter. As an associate, Mr Kelly will be preparing companies for their capital raising offer, including their offer materials.
Mr Morris is a recent University of Auckland graduate. His background is in commercial law and information systems, with studies in financial markets Law, company law and contract law, as well as business analysis. Mr Morris has previous experience in sales, product development, and implementation of customer engagement strategies. As an analyst, Mr Morris will be working with companies during their capital raising offers, facilitating live deal operations, investor relations, and AML processes.
Snowball Effect chief executive Simeon Burnett says, “As the business continues to grow it is critical that we continue to bring in high quality people as we find them.”
Messrs Kelly and Morris join the now seven-person Snowball Effect team.
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