The latest moves in wealth management across the UK, Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has promoted Rajiv Vadgama to partner.
Vadgama becomes a tax partner in the firm’s private client practice in London. He joined RSM in 2011, after almost 15 years at two of the Big Four firms. In his new role, Vadgama will focus on growing the business among high net worth individuals, predominantly non-UK domiciles and will also work closely with RSM’s international network firms.
Brewin Dolphin has appointed Bianca Jacques as business development manager in Jersey.
Jacques will be responsible for promoting the company’s investment management services to the intermediary community in the Channel Islands.
She has over ten years’ experience in the financial services sector. Before joining Brewin Dolphin, she was a director at MUFG Investor Services and previously held roles at UBS and BNP Paribas.
Dubai-headquartered firm Globaleye has appointed Bart Kendall as the new director of wealth management in the UAE. Kendall replaces Gaynor Jones, who was also head of wealth management.
Kendall has more than 15 years of experience in the financial services industry. Prior to joining Globaleye, Kendall was an area manager at deVere Group. In his new role at Globaleye, he will work to develop growth strategies and will provide strategic leadership, client acquisition and executive management to the firm.
Globaleye is an independent firm of advisors who provide financial solutions to both corporate and private clients. The firm has 15,000 clients worldwide, and is headquartered in Dubai, with additional offices in the Middle East, Asia and Europe.