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Who's Moving Where In Wealth Management? – Titan, Hargreaves Lansdown, Others

Editorial Staff 30 November 2022


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

Titan Asset Management
Titan Asset Management has appointed Alex Robinson as non-executive director. 

Robinson, who will be responsible for monitoring processes within the business, will take on the role of Titan Asset Management consumer duty champion. He is chair of Earl Shilton Building Society, was previously group commercial director for Skipton Building Society for 10 years, and ran a portfolio of 11 companies where his roles included chair of the board and NED. Robinson is also a co-founder and chair of the Skipton and Ripon Enterprise Group, a network of individuals who provide free mentoring to small businesses and have, to date, assisted over 200 businesses.

Hargreaves Lansdown
Hargreaves Lansdown, the UK wealth manager, has appointed Ziad Abou Gergi as head of the multi-manager team. 

Gergi, who has 20 years’ experience in the multi-manager area, joined the firm in December 2021. Prior to this, he headed Barclays’ high net worth multi-asset team.

In his new role, Gergi will be responsible for overseeing the management of 11 multi-manager funds in the fund of managers range.

UK-based Artorius Wealth has engaged former UBS figure Jonathan Brown as senior advisor to work with the client teams to expand Artorius’ regional footprint.

Based in the North East, Brown began his career in wealth management in early 1986. Over the course of some 36+ years he has worked for UK, American and Swiss organisations. 

For the last decade, Brown was a managing director running the UBS UK regional business.

Established in 2015, Artorius is based in Manchester and advises clients across the UK. The firm provides wealth planning and investment advice for financial services professionals, UK business owners and entrepreneurs, private equity professionals and individuals inheriting wealth. Artorius services £1.6 billion ($1.91 billion) in assets and is owned by management, employees, and a small group of high net worth individual shareholders.

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