The latest moves and appointments for wealth management roles in the UK, other parts of Europe, the Middle East and select international locations.
Ruffer Investment Company
This week, the board of Ruffer Investment Company appointed Jasmine Yeo as co-manager of the company, joining Duncan MacInnes who has co-managed the company since 2016.
Welcoming the move, Chris Russell, chairman of the company, said: “The board is very pleased to welcome her as part of the Ruffer management team, following a rigorous and objective process of selecting an internal candidate.”
MacInnes added: “She joined Ruffer in 2017 and has quickly become a highly valued member of the team, managing portfolios for a range of clients during her time at Ruffer.”
“I am confident her astute and thoughtful approach to investing
will help us to continue successfully preserving investors'
capital, whatever happens in financial markets,” he said
Ruffer Investment Company is a closed-ended investment company incorporated in Guernsey.
RWK Goodman made a series of new hires in London this week to enhance the firm’s private client offering, in line with the firm’s sustainable growth plans.
Estelle Tague and David Anderson joined the firm this week whilst François Mouniélou will arrive in late November, the firm said in a statement.
This new team, who join from Druces, will provide expertise in domestic and international tax planning, strengthening the firm’s cross-jurisdictional private client expertise, the firm added.
Tague, who is joining as a partner, will lead the private client team in London, the firm stressed. She is a qualified accountant and a former specialist tax barrister.
Anderson who is joining the firm as a consultant, was also a consultant solicitor in Druces’ private wealth division, the firm added. He was previously the managing partner at Sykes Anderson Perry prior to the firm merging with Druces. He specialises in private client and tax matters relating to France and Monaco, the firm said.
Mouniélou is a dual qualified French and English tax advisor, who will join as an associate to grow the firm's cross-jurisdictional tax offering by representing English, French and other European clients.
Welcoming them to the firm, Tom Gilman, partner and head of private client said: “The new team have a leading reputation for domestic and international tax matters and this will be a huge asset to our private clients in London and further afield.”
Tague added: “RWK Goodman has a first-class reputation for private client work due to its impressive client base which includes many high net worth multigenerational families with complex assets based in the UK and abroad.”