Syeda Al-Iqtadar

Senior Associate

About

Syeda is is an experienced Wealth Manager who has worked in the corporate and private banking industry for over 18 years.

Working in senior positions with banks in London, Monaco and Singapore, Syeda has built a strong knowledge of markets and products. She is an experienced Relationship Manager with an established base of clients, some of whom have been with her for over 15 years and also has a passion for people and business. She believes her job is to make wealth for clients – and she has been doing this successfully for several years.

Syeda’s advice is never standard, but always bespoke; everyone is different and, being independent, she can look at the whole of the market impartially. Looking after her clients is the key to everything Syeda does.

Skills and expertise

    • Diploma for Financial Advisers DipFA®, Level 4 Qualification (2017)
  • Syeda is married with 2 grown up boys and is soon to be a mother-in-law too!

    Her hobbies include swimming, reading and travelling. She has also recently taken up cooking after years of being told she wasn’t very good at it.

    Her favourite quote is:

    “When you see a person who has been given more than you in money and beauty. Look to those, who have been given less”

    – Prophet Muhammad (SAWS)
  • “Syeda is professional, helpful and dedicated to pursuing clients’ expectations. She has helped us a lot and I would recommend anyone to work with Holborn Assets” – Mr W. M.

    “Syeda is someone you can trust, not easy to find in her industry. Would certainly recommend her” – Mr S M.

    “Syeda is professional, endlessly helpful, an expert in her field and to top it off she manages to make me feel comfortable and like I’m chatting to a friend. I know I am in safe hands” Ms R.E

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