Tiffany Anderson

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Tiffany Anderson

Tiffany AndersonAfter graduating from London South Bank University, I landed my first permanent role as an auditor with BDO, a Top 5 firm for 3+ years and qualified as ACCA accountant (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants). My biggest leap began when I given the opportunity to work overseas which led me to work at JP Morgan Bank in Luxembourg. I worked in the fund administration team alongside many colleagues of various cultures, languages and backgrounds. Apart from the daily fund role, extra projects involved internal controls and risk management reviews and testing of various departments. With English the 4th language in a country centrally located in Europe, I grasped business French for easier interaction with my European clients and to embrace my new European lifestyle.

My exposure to different careers in the hedge fund world guided my decision to work for the clients in asset management as my next big step. After plenty researching, reviewing and ten great interactive interviews later; I landed a fantastic job with Goldman Sachs Asset Management based in central London. I am able to combine all my experiences learnt in auditing and funds administration into a dynamic, motivating and interchanging role.

I am still a long way from success and there are still so many things for me to learn. The credit of the little achievements that I have today should be given to my former and current supervisors, mentor, Insurance Managers Association of Cayman (IMAC) scholarship committee and not least my family and friends who guided and provided me with opportunities to learn and grow. On the other hand, the passion for my profession also plays a profound part as it motivates me to continue my learning and to keep on improving myself.
(posted July 25, 2012)

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