New Relationship Manager appointed at Ramsey Crookall

Ramsey Crookall has appointed Steve McAllister-Pell as a Relationship Manager. 

Steve first qualified to provide advice in 1985 with Lloyds Bank in the UK. In 1995 he moved into the offshore arena when he went to work for Lloyds Bank International in Jersey. In 2000 he moved on to work in Hong Kong for five years. During a nine-year sabbatical following his time in Hong Kong, Steve retook all his financial exams after the “Global Economic Crisis of 2007/8” had impacted the financial world leading to regulatory changes in the financial sector. In 2014 he relocated to the Isle of Man and re-joined Lloyds Bank International. 

Steve is a member of the Chartered Institute for Securities
and Investment. In his new role at Ramsey Crookall, he
will be responsible for managing and developing new and existing relationships locally and internationally. 

Ramsey Crookall’s CEO, Joanna Crookall, said: “Steve joins us at an exciting time as the company begins to celebrate its 75th Anniversary. It will be great to have him join our award-winning team as we continue striving to provide the highest levels of personal attention to our customers.” 

Ramsey Crookall is the Isle of Man’s longest-established independent firm of stockbrokers and investment managers. In a world of uncertainty, we provide stability and clarity. We also know investing is a long-term business. That is why we offer a bespoke service, taking time to understand your investment objectives. Independent advice and thought form the bedrock of our business. One of our primary core values is striving to provide the highest levels of personal attention by employing only the very best people, and we create real value to our private and institutional clients, trusts and pension funds. Now in its third generation, Ramsey Crookall is a trusted family firm that is continually evolving to meet clients’ needs and expectations. 

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