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Executive At Coutts' Investment Office Is Leaving

Tom Burroughes Group Editor London 18 February 2015

Executive At Coutts' Investment Office Is Leaving

The private bank confirmed that one of its UK-based executives working in the investment office area is leaving.

An executive director at the investment office of Coutts, the private bank, is leaving the firm, this publication can confirm.

Douglas Streatfield, who was chief operating officer at this part of the bank, is leaving after having joined the firm in 2012. He previously worked at Old Mutual Asset Managers in a variety of roles, according to his LinkedIn profile. Streatfield also worked as a project manager for Invesco Perpetual from 1998 to 2001.

On the appointment side, meanwhile, Coutts, as reported here in early February, hired John Saunders in a newly created role to drive its offering for non-domiciled clients in the UK. Saunders is based in London as managing director for Western European, American and resident non-domiciled clients. He manages the Western Europe and America desks, which together comprise 50 employees. He reports to Michael Mount, managing director. Previously at Barclays' wealth management business arm, Saunders led teams of high net worth bankers focused on RND, Court of Protection clients, charity and financial professionals. He has also been deputy head of UBS's UK wealth management business.


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