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BAM relocates to St James’s


Berry Asset Management (BAM), a majority-owned subsidiary of the Geneva-based global private banking group Bordier & Cie, has relocated from Chelsea Harbour to St James’s at the heart of London’s wealth management district.

The relocation to offices at 79 Pall Mall provides BAM with the ideal base to service its portfolio of clients. 

Jamie MacLeod, Chief Executive Officer of BAM and a member of Bordier & Cie’s Group Management Board, says: “We have been tailoring bespoke Discretionary Fund Management solutions for some 30 years this year.  Many of our clients are today conducting business on the international stage, their affairs in particular becoming ever more complex – but we have seen increasing numbers of our clients, right across the client base, accessing the  wide range of innovative banking and investment services, available through our relationship with Bordier & Cie.

“Today the Bordier & Cie Group, including BAM, manages total AUM in excess of GBP6bn, BAM catering for the wealth management needs of no less than 700 client groups and families.  Listening to the changing needs of our clients, key advisers and introducers it was clear that we needed to be closer to those clients and their other professional advisers, namely their lawyers, accountants, banking and tax advisers.  We are therefore resolute in our belief that a West End location will best serve their needs.

“We have established a tremendous reputation over the years, winning numerous accolades for the quality of our service and for client satisfaction, exceeding the expectations of clients and introducers alike. It is our ambition and our relocation to Pall Mall at the heart of St James’s which has enabled us to attract some of the most talented individuals working in the wealth management industry over the last six months – Steve Croucher joining us as Chief Operating Officer, with Richard Fellows and Malcolm Cuthbert joining us as Directors of Wealth Management."

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