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Brown Shipley hires client director in London
13/07/2017 , News Team

Wealth manager and private bank Brown Shipley has appointed Paul Ryder-Morris as a client director in its London office.

Mr Ryder-Morris, who has 20 years of experience, will be responsible for helping develop and manage new client relationships at Brown Shipley, drawing on previous domestic and international experience as a private banker at HSBC Private Bank and Barclays Wealth and Investment Management.

His appointment comes as the London office continues to grow and build upon its existing expertise following several senior hires since the start of the year. Mr Ryder-Morris will be joining Michael Pos, head of product and proposition, and Richard Stubbs, head of lending – both newly created roles to support the business’ commitment to growing its UK presence and further developing its wealth management proposition.

“We are really delighted to have Paul join Brown Shipley. He’s a great addition to our existing team of expert wealth management advisers, and I have no doubt that he will play a key role in attracting new clients,” said Guy Healey, head of private banking at Brown Shipley.
“Paul’s appointment comes at an important time for the London office, as we continue to drive positive momentum and grow our presence in the capital and across the South.”

Brown Shipley’s parent company is Luxembourg based KBL European Private Bankers.

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