• When did you join Ovation December 2019
  • What was the first record you bought? Spice Girls the album 
  • What makes you laugh? GIFs and funny animal videos 
  • What makes you cry? Anything sad or heart-warming, a tear will appear! 
  • Who would you most like to have for dinner? Lee Evans
  • One thing you like to do before you die?  See the Northern Lights 

Cheryl Frazer

Practice Manager

After graduating with a degree in Classics, I moved to Manchester without a job and took the first one offered to me which was in Finance. Although I had never considered Finance as a career, I soon reaslised it was the career path I wished to pursue.


Prior to joining Ovation I have worked for Platform and a Wealth Management Company based in Wiltshire. What attracted me to Ovation was their ethics and approach towards the advice process. I knew straight away this was a company I wanted to be a part of.


Outside of work my husband and I like to go on long walks and plan where we would like to visit next on holiday. I like to be out in the garden (when it’s not too cold) and enjoy experimenting with cooking and baking.

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