Spotlight interview with Andrei Meirosu

23rd January 2018

The Author: Craig Gardner
Craig works in the Madrid office as a Client Relationship Manager and is responsible for meeting the needs of new clients.

Andrei MeirosuAndrei is the newest member of our Bucharest team.  When he isn’t out running or swimming, you are likely to find him reading a good book. 

As with many of our Client Relationship Managers, Andrei is incredibly passionate about customer service.  Since the age of 18, he has always worked in roles where he has had a central role in service.

What made you join United Advisers?

Like many people, I grew up not knowing exactly what I wanted to be or what I wanted to do with my career. What I did know is that I enjoyed helping and teaching people, and I wanted a career that allowed me to do that.

I’ve always had the desire to tackle real-life problems and puzzles people face and as time went on, I became more intrigued by the financial services industry.  While some are wary of stockbrokers, I wanted to be an advisor people trusted to guide them in their decision-making.  For me, I want to help our clients implement new and innovative ways to realise their goals and open their eyes to new opportunities that are possible when you think outside of the box.

What is something clients are surprised to learn about UAG?

Clients are surprised by our way to manage their financial situations, our friendly approach and also the quality of our service.

Do you have a top financial/investment/life tip?

Get paid what you’re worth and spend less than you earn.

Describe yourself in 3 words…

Ambitious, confident, hard-working.

Can you share your best UAG moment?

The first day of work, being able to learn from a group of people that were very friendly, teaching me the basics of UAG and also helping me grow day by day.

Now tell us a secret…

The Hapsburg Napkin Fold is an ingenious method by which a single piece of cloth is folded in a way you’d never imagine possible.  The secret to the fold is known only to two anonymous government employees.

You can read about this closely guarded Austrian state secret here on one-minute history!

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