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Who's Moving Where In Wealth Management? - C. Hoare & Co, BDB Pitmans

Editorial Staff 7 May 2021

Who's Moving Where In Wealth Management? - C. Hoare & Co, BDB Pitmans

The latest senior moves in wealth and asset management from across Europe and the UK.

C. Hoare & Co
Private bank C. Hoare & Co has appointed Emily Corbett as a senior relationship manager to lead the bank’s growth in the Southwest. The appointment is part of a broader strategy to expand its UK regional presence following similar growth at the firm’s Cambridge office, its first expansion outside London in 350 years.

Corbett will be responsible for building the bank’s presence and developing business opportunities across the Southwest region, initially focusing on Bristol and Bath. She will report to banking team leader Peter Gale.

Most recently, Corbett was an individual banking manager for Handelsbanken in Bath managing a portfolio of HNW individuals. Before that she worked in various roles at Barclays Bank, including premier banking manager and branch manager positions.

BDB Pitmans
BDB Pitmans has appointed two legal directors in its private client practice. Lorna du Sautoy is joining the real estate team, and tax specialist Sophie St John is joining the private wealth team.

Du Sautoy was previously at Macfarlanes, where she has practised as a senior solicitor in private client property for nearly eight years. She advises on prime and super prime London residential property and other luxury property assets, working with high net worth individuals, institutional investors, family offices, charities, banks, and trusts.

St John is rejoining from RSM Legal, where she was a partner leading the firm’s private client legal services team. Before that she spent four years at a leading financial institution as in-house legal counsel supporting its global trust business. Her particular focus is advising internationally mobile individuals and families on cross-border tax and estate planning.

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