Carrianne Coffey 

Carrianne Coffey


Senior Executive Vice President
Fisher Investments International

Carrianne Coffey is the Senior Executive Vice President of the Private Client Group International (PCGI). PCGI serves the investment needs of high net worth clients across Europe and Canada—with plans to expand elsewhere in the world in the future. In her role, she oversees hundreds of employees located throughout the US, UK, Canada, and Europe who help serve over 14,000 private clients.

Carrianne is also Chairperson of Fisher Investments Europe, a wholly owned subsidiary of Fisher Investments, operating in the United Kingdom and Europe. She is also a co-leader of Fisher Investments’ Diversity & Inclusion Task Force, which aims to examine and improve all aspects of diversity and inclusion at the firm.

Carrianne joined Fisher Investments in 2000 as one of the firm’s first UK Investment Counselors. Prior to her current role, held a variety of positions including Group Vice President of UK Client Services and Group Vice President of Overseas Expansion.

In her 20+ years of experience in the financial services industry, Carrianne has learned how high-touch client service can help investors toward their long-term investing goals and how clients’ situations may vary from country to country. She writes articles for investors across the globe about retirement planning and the kind of client service they should expect from their investment advisers. She also writes about other topics she is passionate about, including leadership, women in business, goal setting and team building.

Carrianne received her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Management from St. Mary’s College, where she graduated summa cum laude. She earned her MBA from Mills College. She is passionate about politics and, enjoys travel, golf, listening to music (especially Lizzo and Dolly Parton), and spending time with her wife, two children and two dogs.

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