The latest moves in senior wealth and asset management from across Europe and the UK.
Brewin Dolphin, the UK-listed wealth manager, has appointed Charles Ferry as executive director. He will join the board at the company's annual meeting on 5 February 2021.
Ferry joined Brewin Dolphin in 2008 as a divisional director, became co-head of private clients in 2016 and managing director of private clients in 2017. In 2020, he was appointed managing director of wealth and investment.
The appointment is subject to regulatory approval.
Brown Shipley, the UK wealth arm of Quintet Private Bank, has hired Elizabeth Weir as head of London and International, reporting to incoming private banking head Calum Brewster. Weir will lead the London and International client relationship teams and oversee new business development.
She is joining from UBS, where she was an MD in London. She also led development of the Swiss bank's resident non-domiciled offering, and created UBS Next Generation, an investment and education programme geared towards clients’ children.
Brown Shipley chief executive Alan Mathewson referred to a raft of recent senior front-office hirings at the firm as “a statement of our intent and strategic growth.”