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Brown Shipley's Private Banking Head, Manchester Office Head, Step Down

Tom Burroughes, Group Editor, London, 2 December 2013

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The UK-based bank Brown Shipley, which saw its parent KBL European Banks acquired by Qatari-based Precision Capital in 2012, confirmed that its private banking head Julian Hardiman has stepped down from his role.

The UK-based bank Brown Shipley,
which saw its parent KBL European Banks acquired by Qatari-based Precision
Capital in 2012, confirmed that its private banking head Julian Hardiman has
stepped down from his role.

Peter Stiles, head of the bank’s Manchester office, has also left his post.
Both men remain at the bank and will focus on managing private client
portfolios.

A spokesperson for the bank confirmed that the men’s former
roles have been taken on by managing director Ian Sackfield, who is based in Manchester.

"Both Julian and Peter manage substantial private client
portfolios which have grown considerably over recent years. It has become
difficult for them to combine this with their respective managerial roles  and it was mutually agreed that they should
concentrate on their clients. The personal client relationship lies at the very
heart of Brown Shipley’s Private Banking services," the spokesperson told this publication. 

In June this year, Brown Shipley made two senior promotions
in its London
office.

David Greenyer was promoted from private client senior
manager to private client director and Stuart McCarthy has been promoted from
private client manager to private client senior manager.

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