Adrian Luscombe-Whyte

Senior Associate

About

Adrian has been with Holborn Assets for over 13 years and is currently Vice President of International Pensions.

Since joining Holborn in 2003, Adrian has used a wealth of knowledge of the Offshore Financial Services sector and UK tax legislation to good effect.

Adrian’s advice is highly sought-after. He is trusted by many senior level executives across the GCC. Adrian specialises in offshore pension transfers.

Along with the expertise of Holborn’s Pensions Technical Division, Adrian ensures clients receive the best guidance with an emphasis on tax-efficient pension options and prudent investment choices.

Skills and expertise

    • GNVQ Advanced Business Distinction
    • FAIQ Financial Advisors International qualification
    • Financial Planning certificate
    • Various internal banking and insurance related exams completed with Aviva (formally Norwich Union) and HSBC
  • Adrian enjoys spending time with his fiancee Cassie and the world’s most spoilt dog, Bear. He is also writing a novel. A fun fact about Adrian is that he won an international debating competition when he was 12 years old!

    Adrian also enjoys watching sports and playing cricket and rugby.

    His favourite quote is:

    “If passion drives you, let reason hold the reins.”

    – Benjamin Franklin
  • “Adrian has advised me with my finances since 2005. His easy manner and ability to explain investments in plain English ensure that I understand fully his proposals. This in turn gives me the confidence to ask questions without fear of being thought ignorant. Nothing is ever too much trouble and Adrian takes the time to describe the wider financial context of his ideas. The fact that I still rely on his expertise 8 years on is testament to the esteem in which I regard him.” – Janice B.

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