Meet Emmanuel Asuquo: The Nigerian leading the charge in the global financial sector
Nigerians are no longer waiting for the future to become world changers, they are making impact on the global stage, initiating the talked about paradigm shift in every sector that covers human existence.
For long, science and technology and art appear to be Nigerians’ forte, but interestingly, one man is blazing the trail in the global financial sector, so much so that the world cannot get too much of him.
United Kingdom-based Emmanuel Asuquo is proving to be the beacon of hope to corporate entities and business-minded individuals in this challenging period the world is facing inexplicable economic gloom that continues to give more questions than answers.
Asuquo, a financial expert fortified with 15 years of experience in the banking and advising sector, has dedicated his life to providing reliable and insightful advice for clients, to truly transform their financial situation. Consequently, as one of the best in the discipline, he is committed to supporting both individuals and corporate clients in gaining financial freedom through his media appearances, business ventures and speaking engagements. The impact has been profound, as he has spoken to about 50,000 audience in the last three years.
The financial adviser guru is able to discuss a host of topics, ranging from pensions to wealth management, mortgages to financial planning, his teachings are tailor-made to address each audience and occasion, leaving attendees with utter satisfaction emanating from valuable content. Asuquo has provided keynote talks for the likes of Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan and HSBC, proving his worth to the corporate environment around the world.
A truly down to earth character, Asuquo’s massive career and internationally rich profile has been driven by his desire to help people, no matter their background with their finances, making him the ideal speaker for all types of audiences.
His engagement profile is a pointer to his intentions in transforming the personal and professional lives of the clients he supports, by instilling the knowledge and skillset required for a lucrative life.
The presenter of the family series, “Save Well, Spend Better”, his knowledge-base and the passion he demonstrates on the show have certainly put him in the glare of the mainstream media. Having featured on all major broadcasters, including Channel 4, ITV and BBC Radio London, his platform reach is extensive, and his content is valuable for a range of audiences.
With a degree in Accounting and Finance, Asuquo’s early career in the profession was dedicated to service roles such as a Financial Planning Manager for Barclays Bank, Royal Bank of Scotland and as a Wealth Management Advisor for KW Wealth and Helm Godfrey.
Asuquo has been featured in The Times, Telegraph, The Sun and Daily Mail newspapers and received invitation to speak as an expert guest on BBC Radio on multiple occasions. The Nigerian was also an expert for the BBC One show, “Your Money And Your Life”, helping a family save just under £10,000 on their annual household bills.
His thick professional profile has also seen him featured as a financial expert on BBC One’s Morning Live, Watchdog, Rip Off Britain, Jeremy Vine and ITV’s “This Morning”, a programme broadcast into the home of millions of viewers in the UK. Asuquo’s latest project on Channel 4 is called ‘On The Money’ and is available on
Overwhelmed by his ambition of financial freedom for all, Asuquo founded ‘The Eman Effect’; an educational company that provides its customers with the knowledge they need. Affordable and interactive, ‘The Eman Effect’ tackles not only the money aspect of finance, but the wellbeing that contributes, including looking at stress and anxiety that comes from a poor financial situation.
He is a Senior Partner at Belvedere Wealth Management, an independent UK & International Wealth Manager, that offers a wide range of services to individuals, families, and businesses.
Asuquo recently released his first book; “Get Your Money Right”, targeted at proving that learning about money does not have to be boring, and that it is vital, especially in the midst of a cost-of-living crisis currently being experienced around the world.
In the book, the financial counsellor explains the basics of finance, from the UK credit system to wealth generation and setting up a side hustle, as well as guidance on developing a money mindset and building good financial habits.
Asuquo’s outmost passion is to help people with their finances, and his vision is to become the financial adviser to nations of the world.