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Strabens Hall, the award winning independent wealth advisory boutique, has appointed Adam Benskin as CEO
Collyer Bristow has hired Tanya Roberts as partner in its family law team.
Stewarts has promoted five of its senior associates to the partnership from 1 May 2018.
Highvern has appointed Natalie Jelley (nee Milroy) as compliance director to the Highvern Group.
Stonehage Fleming has appointed Rudi Bodenstein as director within the Family Office division in Jersey.
Alan Mathewson has started his new role as CEO, following his appointment in October last year by wealth planners Brown Shipley.
Babbé has appointed Matthew Harrison as associate.
Two corporate partners, one commercial litigation partner and one property consultant will join Druces from Ronaldsons on 3 April 2018, together with an associate and several support staff. The merger represents £1.5 million additional fee income for Druces.
Law firm Cripps has appointed Victoria Murray as a legal director to the real estate team.
Bedell Cristin has appointed Craig Paynter as a senior associate in the firm’s Singapore office.
Stanhope Capital, the global investment firm, has appointed Alex Kershaw as partner within its Portfolio Management Team. Kershaw joins from institutional investment adviser Cambridge Associates.
The deal will see Sanlam UK acquire Grennan Adviser Ltd’s book of clients and £60 million of AUM.
Quilter Cheviot, part of Old Mutual Wealth, has made three new hires within its London and Salisbury offices: Vaughn Webber, Scott Holloway and Oliver Harwood.
Ross Clephane, Alan Colquhoun, James Osborne, Stuart Paterson and Paul Turnbull are all joining from Barclays Wealth & Investment Management.
Hawksford has appointed Irene Lee as private client and corporate business development director to its Singapore office.
Mark Winterflood has been appointed head of HSBC Private Banking Luxembourg, succeeding Anthony Simcic. He will also be joining the executive committee of HSBC in Luxembourg.
Swiss banking and financial group Mirabaud strengthens its wealth management offering in London with four new appointments.
Law firm Moore Blatch has appointed family law specialist Victoria Walker as partner. She joins from Downs Solicitors LLP.
Summit Trust senior management have bought the 61.4 percent stake in the trust group previously held by Sanlam.
Frederic Mege, a dual-qualified French and English private client lawyer, joined Moores Rowland, an independent firm based in Monaco.