The latest senior moves in wealth and asset management from across Europe and the UK.
Tilney Smith & Williamson
Wealth manager Tilney Smith & Williamson has appointed Natasha Etherton as a financial planner in its Maidstone office.
Etherton is moving from LEBC where she spent six years, and helped set up the group's Maidstone office. Her specialist focus is on later-life and intergenerational wealth planning. She is an accredited advisor with the Society of Later Life Advisers and a Dementia Champion with the Alzheimer’s Society.
Carey Olsen, the offshore law firm, has promoted Denis Olarou to become a partner in the Cayman Islands. The promotion, which is subject to work permit approval, brings the total number of partners in the firm's Cayman Islands office to nine.
A member of the firm's dispute resolution, litigation and insolvency practice, Olarou specialises in helping clients resolve complex high-value multi-jurisdictional disputes. His practice spans all aspects of insolvency litigation, fraud litigation, shareholder and partnership disputes, as well as general contract and tort claims, including applications for urgent injunctive relief.
A native Russian speaker, Olarou joined Carey Olsen and was admitted as an attorney-at-law of the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands in 2016. More recently, he was admitted as a solicitor of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, British Virgin Islands Circuit, in 2020.
Independent Wealth Planners
National financial advisor group Independent Wealth Planners has hired Lucy Ewings as group finance director, and Tony Bullock as its head of compliance.
Ewings is a chartered accountant who received her initial training at KPMG before holding finance director positions, most recently at Succession Wealth. She will lead IWP’s finance function, providing financial support and insight, as the group expands its network.
Bullock has worked in senior compliance roles at Chase de Vere
and also at Succession Wealth. His primary role will be managing
regulatory risk and compliance arrangements within IWP authorised
Cripps Pemberton Greenish
UK law firm Cripps Pemberton Greenish has appointed a new partner, Victoria Fairley, to join its London private wealth team. Fairley, who has over 20 years’ experience advising on estate, tax and succession planning, has joined from RadcliffesLeBrasseur where she headed up the tax and private client team.