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Close Brothers Asset Management expands West End office with third hire from Rathbones
11/10/2018 , News Team

Close Brothers Asset Management (CBAM) has hired Hugh Adlington as managing director to “support the expansion of its high net worth bespoke investment management service,” the group said.  

Mr Adlington has more than 25 years’ experience in managing the investments of private clients, family offices and charities. He joins from Rathbones where he was an investment director for almost 18 years. Prior to that, he worked at Fleming Private Asset Management as an investment manager for 11 years. 

His appointment follows that of Oliver Harvey in September 2018 and Tim Eliot-Cohen last year who also joined from Rathbones, and will continue the expansion of CBAM’s recently launched office in the West End of London. 

Close Brothers Asset Management provides a full range of advice, investment management and self-directed services to private clients and professional advisers. The business operates out of offices in London, Bristol, Manchester, Gatwick, Newcastle, Midlands, Northwich, Edinburgh and Glasgow.


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