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Brown Shipley Creates London-Based Lending Role

Eliane Chavagnon 28 March 2017

Brown Shipley Creates London-Based Lending Role

Brown Shipley is a wealth manager and private bank with client offices in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Edinburgh and Nottingham.

Brown Shipley has named former Coutts man Richard Stubbs as head of lending, a new London-based role.

Stubbs, previously an executive director at Coutts, will be supported by a wider team of five lending specialists across the firm’s six offices.

Guy Healey, head of private banking, said the firm is committed to growing its London office and its presence across the Southeast.

“I will be making further additions to the London team in the near future,” he said.

Brown Shipley’s lending services include short-term credit facilities, including Lombard loans, bridging loans and overdraft facilities, as well as longer-term credit arrangements, including residential and buy-to-let mortgages.

With a minimum account requirement of £500,000 ($628,000), the service is available to clients who already have wealth management accounts with the firm or who are in the process of opening one. 

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