deVere United Kingdom’s Mike Coady becomes a Fellow of the Institute of Directors
Exciting news, below, which has just been published about my appointment as a Fellow of the Institute of Directors:
“deVere United Kingdom and deVere Mortgage’s Managing Director and Workplace Solutions Chairman, Mike Coady, has become a Fellow of the Institute of Directors, the highest ranking and most privileged membership level of the world renowned business leaders’ organisation.
Qualification to become a Fellow of the Institute of Directors (FIoD) is based on exacting criteria and is a rarefied status bestowed on only 3.5 per cent of the Institute of Directors’ 38,000 strong membership.
With an exemplary business directorship record within deVere, Mike Coady surpassed the fellowship qualifying criteria and can now use the letters FIoD after his name.
It’s a privilege, as Mike himself points out: “As a member of the Institute of Directors and now to be invited to become a Fellow member really is an honour. I take my leadership role within deVere United Kingdom’s operations extremely seriously and to be recognised in this way, to enjoy the many benefits of being a Fellow and to be amongst my peers at this level, is an extremely rewarding experience.”
As Managing Director of deVere United Kingdom, Mike is at the focal point of the company’s drive to provide world-class financial planning for an increasing number of returning expats, UK nationals planning to live and work abroad and foreign residents who are moving to British shores.
As Chairman of Workplace Solutions, set up in the wake of UK pension law reforms, Mike oversees a tactical division that provides highly specialised advice to large corporations and their current and former employees to help meet their long-term retirement planning objectives.
Similarly, as Managing Director of deVere Mortgages, he leads a team of mortgage specialists who work to secure UK and international home loans for expats, overseas buyers as well as UK residents.
With three critical deVere leadership positions, and now a Fellow of the Institute of Directors, Mike Coady looks forward to bringing new impetus and insight to his daily activities within the UK businesses.”