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12/01/2018 , News Team

Monday

The 2018 PAM 50 Most Influential, the definitive list of those at the forefront of shaping private client work in the UK and Crown Dependencies, has been revealed

Andrew Fisher, a seasoned private banking personality and former director of C. Hoare & Co has become a non-executive director of Smith & Williamson.

Tuesday

Barclays has disputed a claim that it is "gold-plating" MiFID II reguation.

Quaero Capital and Tiburon Partners will join forces subject to FCA and FINMA approval.

Wednesday

London-based C.Hoare & Co. has recruited Dame Susan Rice as a director.

JP Morgan Private Bank has appointed former Barclays UK managing director John Derrick as a managing director and senior banker to its UK and Nordics markets.

Thursday

Kleinwort Hambros has named John Maitland, its current commercial director, as its new chief executive following the decision of Eric Barnett, its current chief executive, to retire.

EFG International makes changes to its senior leadership team. 

Friday

Freddie Pooter remarked on Coutts' efforts to collect money for the staff charity, Coram, resulting in £326,300 being raised over the last year.  

Editor at large Ian Orton reveals that Cazenove Capital Management has recruited a brace of portfolio managers from the Pearson family office.

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