People Moves

C Hoare & Co Confirms New CEO

Amisha Mehta Deputy Editor London 25 May 2016

C Hoare & Co Confirms New CEO

The London-headquartered private bank has confirmed a change in leadership.

C Hoare & Co has appointed David Green as its chief executive, taking the helm from Jeremy Marshall.

Green has been acting CEO for the past year, standing in for Marshall, who stepped back from his responsibilities for health reasons.

Green joined the bank in 2003, having previously served in senior management positions in Midland Bank, TSB Group and the BBC. He has served as C Hoare & Co's deputy CEO, overseeing treasury, trustee and tax advisory departments as well as human resources. In addition, as company secretary, he is also responsible for all legal and regulatory matters.

Marshall, who joined in 2009 from Credit Suisse, remains an employee of the bank. 

The appointment follows that of Rob Jeffree, who became the bank's new chief investment officer in October, replacing David Cavaye.

C Hoare & Co has been owned and directed by members of the Hoare family since it was founded by Richard Hoare in 1672. Its wealth management business is headed up by Annamaria Koerling.

Register for WealthBriefing today

Gain access to regular and exclusive research on the global wealth management sector along with the opportunity to attend industry events such as exclusive invites to Breakfast Briefings and Summits in the major wealth management centres and industry leading awards programmes