The Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI), a global professional body for Individuals who work in the investment and financial profession, has announced the appointment of David Madgwick ACSI today as the company’s President of the Essex branch.

In his new role, Madgwick will help the institute to focus on advancing its quality services, while remaining diligent in its efforts to enhance its business and ensure CISI provides the best service and value to their team members and clients.

Madgwick has 20 years of professional experience that he gained while working for major financial services firms. Prior to joining CISI, Madgwick worked at International Financial Data Services (IFDS) as the Head of Regulatory Development. Before that, he served as a Training and Development Manager at New Homes Group. And prior to New Homes Group, Madgwick joined Santander Bank where he got job promotions, working as a Mortgage Adviser, a Client Relationship Manager, a Learning Consultant, and finally as Regulated Supervisor. He also served as a Business Development Manager in Lloyds Private Banking.

He joined the CISI in 2000 and has been serving as Training and Competence Manager for the organization. Madgwick, who is an experienced Training and Competence (T&C) practitioner, has implemented several key regulated projects, thus placing CISI on the experience and impact on the individual.

Madgwick is an active member of the CISI and the CII and is on the editorial panel of the CISI Review Magazine as well as contributing to the development of CISI exams and learning content.

Madgwick, commented about his appointment and said: “I would like to thank Claire Newman for her leadership and it is a great honor to be appointed to this role. With the help of the Essex branch I look forward to supporting the members in 2022 and beyond. Our focus is to develop local membership and support wider CISI initiatives to ensure activities remain current and relevant to maintain and attract a diverse membership base.”

Strengthening Quality Services in the Financial Industry

The CISI was established in 1992 as the Securities Institute by the members of the London Stock Exchange. In November 2004, it changed its name to the Securities and Investment Institute. In October 2009, it was granted a Royal Charter, which saw it become the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment.

CISI is headquartered in London and has offices in Spain, Ireland, The Philippines, India, Sri Lanka, Kenya, and United Arab Emirates.

The institute aims to set standards of ethics and conduct for participants in the securities, financial planning, and investments sector, and to provide qualifications and professional development for such financial services practitioners.

The Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI), a global professional body for Individuals who work in the investment and financial profession, has announced the appointment of David Madgwick ACSI today as the company’s President of the Essex branch.

In his new role, Madgwick will help the institute to focus on advancing its quality services, while remaining diligent in its efforts to enhance its business and ensure CISI provides the best service and value to their team members and clients.

Madgwick has 20 years of professional experience that he gained while working for major financial services firms. Prior to joining CISI, Madgwick worked at International Financial Data Services (IFDS) as the Head of Regulatory Development. Before that, he served as a Training and Development Manager at New Homes Group. And prior to New Homes Group, Madgwick joined Santander Bank where he got job promotions, working as a Mortgage Adviser, a Client Relationship Manager, a Learning Consultant, and finally as Regulated Supervisor. He also served as a Business Development Manager in Lloyds Private Banking.

He joined the CISI in 2000 and has been serving as Training and Competence Manager for the organization. Madgwick, who is an experienced Training and Competence (T&C) practitioner, has implemented several key regulated projects, thus placing CISI on the experience and impact on the individual.

Madgwick is an active member of the CISI and the CII and is on the editorial panel of the CISI Review Magazine as well as contributing to the development of CISI exams and learning content.

Madgwick, commented about his appointment and said: “I would like to thank Claire Newman for her leadership and it is a great honor to be appointed to this role. With the help of the Essex branch I look forward to supporting the members in 2022 and beyond. Our focus is to develop local membership and support wider CISI initiatives to ensure activities remain current and relevant to maintain and attract a diverse membership base.”

Strengthening Quality Services in the Financial Industry

The CISI was established in 1992 as the Securities Institute by the members of the London Stock Exchange. In November 2004, it changed its name to the Securities and Investment Institute. In October 2009, it was granted a Royal Charter, which saw it become the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment.

CISI is headquartered in London and has offices in Spain, Ireland, The Philippines, India, Sri Lanka, Kenya, and United Arab Emirates.

The institute aims to set standards of ethics and conduct for participants in the securities, financial planning, and investments sector, and to provide qualifications and professional development for such financial services practitioners.