Under the Spotlight: Tara Le Feuvre

As the Oakglen Wealth team continues to grow, we are keen to champion all of our employees, both new and existing. Today we have the pleasure of introducing Tara Le Feuvre, the latest addition to our workforce of finance professionals, who joins our Jersey Wealth Team as an Assistant Investment Manager. In this interview, she shares a glimpse into her hobbies and interests, as well as what drives her professionally and personally.


Thanks for joining us today Tara and a warm welcome to Oakglen Wealth. We would love to find out a bit more about you and introduce you to our ever-growing network of clients, financial advisers and professional connections.


How has your first week at Oakglen Wealth been?

My first week has gone very well, it’s a great office environment and I am really looking forward to getting to know everyone better.


What inspired you to join the team / company?

After meeting with a few members of the team and hearing about the journey of the company and how they operate, it was a really easy decision. I think that it is a great fit for me culturally, and I can clearly see that I am going to benefit greatly by being in such an environment during this stage of my career.


How has it been getting to know your new colleagues so far?

The whole team have been so welcoming and made such an effort for me – I feel really settled already.


What are your career goals and aspirations for the upcoming year?

My main goal for this year is to pass my exams, however, day-to-day I will first and foremost be focusing on getting to know processes and learning how the team works. Following this, I will be learning a lot from the Investment Manager I am working with, aiming to take on a good proportion of their workload. I am also really looking forward to building relationships with clients.


Are you undertaking anything in terms of professional development?

I am currently studying towards the CISI Level 7 Chartered Wealth Manager qualification and will be sitting my first exam of the 3 total this year. It’s a really big step up from the Level 4 exams and has been a shock to the system, but I hope my hard work pays off!


Why did you choose to pursue a career in your field?

My favourite module during my degree was portfolio construction, I have been keen to work with investments ever since. I have worked in several different financial services sectors before finally joining the Investment Management industry with my previous employer.


How would your past colleagues describe you?

I’d hope they would describe me as approachable and helpful; I really like to get on well with the people that I work with.


What do you enjoy doing outside of work?

Outside of work and in between study, my main hobby is running. I completed my first marathon in December 2023, and would love to do another one in the next few years, hopefully before I finish my exams.


Describe an interesting hobby or pastime that you have.

Growing up I played a lot of hockey for a local team and the island; however, this took a back seat when I started my degree. Hockey has been replaced with running in my adult life, as I can do this on days and times which suit me and make it as long (or short) as I have time for!


What’s something surprising that not many people know about you?

I don’t think many people would think I am an introvert after meeting me, but I do enjoy spending time on my own at the weekend to re-charge my batteries.


Who are some of your biggest influences?

I’d say my biggest influence is my Mum, I really admire her attitude towards life and the way she treats others.


What type of books / movies do you enjoy most?

My reading has been limited to textbooks over the past couple of years, but I do enjoy watching movies when I am not studying. I love comedies and thrillers, but any movies based on wars throughout history are my favourite.


Do you have any creative outlets or interests?

I am not a very creative person at all, if I’m not revising or running, I’ll probably be in a coffee shop!


What are some of your favourite local spots to visit?

I don’t have any favourite places, however making up new running routes and discovering new quiet country lanes is something I really enjoy.


What is your favourite food?

I am quite a foodie and really enjoy eating out with friends and family. Pasta and chocolate are two foods which I always find enjoyment in!


Thanks again for sparing us your time today Tara and we wish you all the best in your role at Oakglen Wealth.


We hope you enjoyed this quick-fire interview and gained some insights into the new member of our investment team. You can read similar content for our more established team members below:


Under the Spotlight: Eloise Rouse – Investment Manager (UK)

Under the Spotlight: Charlotte Larbalestier – Compliance Officer (Jersey)


David Stoney
Marketing and Communications Lead


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