People Moves

Who’s Moving Where In Wealth Management? – Praxis, Amati Global

Editorial Staff 25 November 2022

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The latest moves and appointments in wealth management roles in the UK, the rest of Europe, the Middle East and other select locations.

Praxis
This week, private wealth and corporate services firm Praxis has appointed business development specialist Dominic de Mariveles as commercial director to spearhead the group’s ambition to be a leader in the provision of high-quality administration services to its international client base.

He has worked in business development and management consulting across a range of professional services for over 20 years. Previous roles include three years at Crestbridge as group business development director and 10 years as global client relationship director at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP, the firm said in a statement.
 
Based in London, de Mariveles will focus on developing the firm’s private wealth and corporate services offering, deepening client and intermediary relationships, and working with staff across the group to enhance business connectivity. He is keen to use Praxis’ established network of 15 offices to benefit its clients, introducing them to new markets and services globally.
 
Business development director, Nathan Petty, has joined his team, moving from his previous client role at Praxis where he was responsible for a portfolio of clients.
 
John Medina, group head of private wealth at Praxis, said: “We believe it is important that we strengthen the relationships between all our offices to ensure our clients benefit from our global presence. Dominic will play a significant role in the alignment of both structure and process for the benefit of both our clients and our teams.”
 
De Mariveles added: “It has been great to hit the ground running at Praxis with the recent rebrand a powerful indication of how the business continues to evolve.”

Amati Global
Independent asset management boutique, Amati Global Investor, announced the appointment this week of Tom Whitfield as sales director.

He will have responsibility for clients in London and the broader South-East region, the firm said in a statement. 

Whitfield is joining from Sanlam Investments UK, where he was an account director with responsibility for wholesale and institutional clients across the London region.

Prior to this, he spent five years in investment management with the London office of Brewin Dolphin, as part of a team managing discretionary and advisory client portfolios, the firm continued. 

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