It’s that time again – we’re always banging on about our amazing team, but we really do mean it when we say how proud of them we are. Without them we would just be a pretty logo.


This month we are putting the spotlight on Marta, our Financial Planning Executive. Her days are spent helping clients to arrange their ideas and ambitions into a proper, manageable plan, now and for the future. Marta gets down to the nuts and bolts of what clients want to achieve before agreeing a strategy and then setting out ongoing reviews.


But enough from us. Let’s pass the mic.


Good morning Marta! Let’s kick it off with an easy one: describe the kind of work you do every day in just three words.

I would have to say: Analysing, building, communicating.


The foundational blocks of financial planning. Someone ought to write that down. So Marta, what’s been your proudest moment at Metis Ireland?

It was definitely when we printed the first Metis LifePlan report – it was a real game changer, and it felt like a very special moment.


What a lovely proud moment. Let’s move out of work for a moment: tell us the quote or phrase that goes through life with you.

“I’d rather regret the things I’ve done than choices I didn’t make.”


Wise, wise words. Where’s the most interesting place you’ve been?

I just love Giant’s Causeway – my own photo attached.


Speaking of giants, who is your hero and why?

My Mum – she’s a real entrepreneur who found the perfect balance between being a mum, wife, friend and a company director.


And finally, a biggie: if you could give your younger self one piece of advice what would it be?

It’s ok to be unsure of your purpose in life. Take time, try different things and you’ll find it.


What excellent advice. Take heed, younger Marta! And current Marta, thank you for taking the time to speak to us for this spotlight today.


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