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Who’s Moving Where In Wealth Management? – EFG Harris Allday, Leonteq, Others

Editorial Staff

23 April 2024

EFG Harris Allday
, has appointed two experienced client relationship officers, Anne Brookes and Clive Batchelor, and two seasoned portfolio managers, Gordon Campbell and Peter Meckiff (all in main picture – see legend below).

Their appointments are part of EFG Harris Allday's commitment to growing its investment management business in the UK, based in the West Midlands, the firm said in a statement.

Birmingham-based client relationship officers Brookes and Batchelor, have joined from Brown Shipley, where they both served as directors in private banking for over 12 years. In their new roles, The new CROs will use their expertise and networks in the Greater Birmingham area. They will be supported by portfolio managers Campbell and Meckiff, who have extensive investment expertise.

Brookes and Batchelor will also work alongside Rupert Cecil, who joined the firm in late 2023 as head of charities and philanthropy.

“These new hires underscore our commitment to the future growth of EFG Harris and to continuing to deliver the high-quality service for which EFG Harris Allday is known in the UK marketplace,” Richard Killingbeck, managing director, said.

EFG Harris Allday, which is part of EFG Private Bank Limited, provides tailored investment solutions for clients, families, trusts and charities. With a head office in Birmingham, Harris Allday's stockbroking origins can be traced back to 1834.

(Photo in order from top left – Peter Meckiff, Anne Brookes, Clive Batchelor and Gordon Campbell)

Swiss fintech, has made four promotions to partner effective from 1 May 2024.

-- William Charrington, dispute resolution

-- Charmaine Pollock, employment

-- Nicola Pomfret, private client

-- Laetitia Ransley, charity and community

The promotions will bring the total number of partners at the firm to 101, reflecting its continued focus on growth and delivering strong client outcomes.

The firm also announced that Graham Anderson, Blue Elliott, Hoi-Yee Roper (all covering dispute resolution), and Carole Howe (private client) will become senior counsel.

“Recognising and rewarding talent and commitment is a core value of the firm, and one we are pleased to be continuing through our latest promotions, which will see the number of partners reach over 100 for the first time in our more than 300-hundred-year history,” Rachel Lewis, a member of the firm’s management board, said.