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The week in wealth management - most read on thewealthnet

19/11/2018 News Team

 Monday

BNY Mellon Investment Management (IM) has appointed Nick Thiem as head of UK wealth managers and private banks.  

Editor at large Ian Orton profiled Old Oak Holdings, a financial holding company owned by Martin Hughes, one of the UK’s best known hedge fund managers and with Michael Kerr-Dineen as a non-executive director.

 

Tuesday

 

Brooks Macdonald Group’s managing director of UK investment management, Nick Holmes, is stepping down from the board.

 

Edmond de Rothschild has announced several appointments, which include two new deputy chief executives, “to improve consistency and strengthen synergies within the group”, the firm said.

 

Wednesday

 

John Evans, international editor, took a look at some of the private banks and wealth managers that are currently hiring in London, including Coutts and Barclays.

 

Multi-family office Stonehage Fleming and investment management firm Glenmede Trust Company have entered into a strategic alliance to expand their respective client offerings and geographical capabilities.

 

Thursday

 

Deutsche Bank Wealth Management has hired Nick Reeves as head of UK financial planningthewealthnet revealed.

 

The Financial Conduct Authority has issued a warning over a wealth management firm that is operating without authorisation - Harper Wealth Management, which claims via its website to offer retail and private client investment services, both to UK and global clients.


Friday

 

Freddie Pooter looked at the tragic case of Julius Baer executive who died after a Botox treatment went wrong.

 

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