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Who's Moving Where In Wealth Management? - Investec W&I, Brewin Dolphin, Weatherbys

Editorial Staff, 2 July 2019

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The latest moves in wealth management from across Europe and the Middle East.

Investec Wealth & Investment
Investec Wealth & Investment has hired Catriona Livingstone to boost its Edinburgh team. As associate investment director, she will provide investment management services to private clients, charities, trusts and intermediaries, primarily across Edinburgh and the surrounding region.
 
Livingstone spent nearly a decade at Tcam Asset Management, which was bought by Seven Investment Management (7IM) in 2018. She joins a team of 35 in Edinburgh headed by executive director for Scotland Murray Mackay.

Brewin Dolphin
Davina Rich has joined Brewin Dolphin as investment director in its St James’s London office, where she will focus on developing the international investment business and report to investment director Mark Hamstead.

The 20-year veteran, who moves from Waverton Investment Management, previously spent time at Morgan Grenfell.

Weatherbys Private Bank
Former longtime C Hoare and Co executive David Green has joined Weatherbys Private Bank as head of credit to ensure continued prudent lending at a time of strong growth, the bank said. The independently-owned private bank based in London's Mayfair celebrates its 250-year anniversary next year.

Green will join the firm’s credit committee, chaired by Weatherbys’ chief executive Roger Weatherby, and work closely with the firm’s senior credit officer Sarah-Whitworth Underwood and David Kindred, chief risk officer, and will report directly to Quentin Marshall, head of private banking.

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