Future Capital Partners (FCP), the GBP6 billion alternative investment boutique, has appointed Anthony Rogers as Business Development Manager.
Rogers will be responsible for raising awareness of and presenting FCP’s range of innovative investment products to financial advisers, accountants and tax planners in the South East region.
Initially, Rogers will focus on promoting FCP’s ground-breaking investment opportunity ‘Future Fuels’ which will allow UK investors to invest in the rapidly growing Renewable Transport Fuels (RTF) sector for the first time. He will also be responsible for endorsing the firm’s luxury real estate development investment opportunity in Montenegro, which is funding the construction of a 5-star luxury hotel development in the coastal resort of Budva.
Rogers brings with him an extensive background in investment and tax planning. Before joining FCP, he worked at a niche tax planning firm Lord Associates dealing with bespoke planning and structuring for individuals and owner managed businesses. He studied law at university and completed his Legal Practice Course at the Inns of Court School of Law, before moving into the world of tax qualifying as a tax technician and chartered tax adviser.
Piers Denne (pictured), head of sales and marketing at Future Capital Partners, says: “This appointment demonstrates our move to expand the business development team to further support our intermediary network. Anthony’s knowledge and enthusiasm in the field of alternative structured investments will be integral to the promotion of our products and we are delighted to welcome him to the team.”
Rogers says: “This is a great opportunity to carry my past experience and skills into a rapidly expanding company such as FCP. Having been in the tax and investment market for over seven years, I am pleased to be joining a provider with such a high pedigree of offering’ They have some great products out in the market - Future Fuels and Montenegro are both at such crucial and exciting stages of development - and I’m looking forward to presenting the case for investment to an ever-growing network of intermediaries and their investors.”