Quentin Marshall steps up to head Weatherbys Private Bank

Date: 06 Jul 2017


Weatherbys has appointed Quentin Marshall as head of private banking, replacing Adrian Crichton who is retiring after more than eleven years at the Bank.

Marshall joined Weatherbys Private Bank as its deputy head in June 2015 from Coutts where he had been head of advisory within the investments team and deputy chairman of the Investment Strategy Committee. Prior to Coutts, he worked for UBS for sixteen years, joining predecessor firm SG Warburg from university as an investment banker. During this time he spent four years advising the Republic of Indonesia during the Asian financial crisis. He also acted for some of the largest FTSE100 companies raising capital and working on mergers and acquisitions. He subsequently specialised in advising family owned companies, moving to UBS Wealth Management to help create the UBS Family Office Group.

Roger Weatherby, CEO of Weatherbys Bank said: “Quentin has a rare combination of deep private banking expertise and a thorough understanding of what our clients want and deserve, namely exceptional personal service.”

back to news