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Kate Griffiths-Lambeth joins Stonehage Group as Global Head of HR


The Stonehage Group has appointed Kate Griffiths-Lambeth as Global Head of HR and as an Executive Director of the Group. Griffiths-Lambeth joins from the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and will be based in Stonehage’s London office.

Griffiths-Lambeth has over 22 years of experience in the HR and recruitment industry. After graduating in Law from Queens’ College, Cambridge, she began her career in investor services, managing and advising on derivatives for a range of clients, before migrating into international search and corporate psychology, to then transfer into HR. Since 1993, Griffiths-Lambeth has held Head of HR and Director roles at a variety of companies and financial and legal institutions (ranging from start-ups to significant multinationals), including Lloyds TSB, White & Case and the Royal Bank of Scotland where she was, most recently, responsible for Organisational Effectiveness, after being Interim Head of Talent, Leadership & Development in the Retail Banking division. 
At Stonehage, Griffiths-Lambeth will lead the HR function. She will be responsible for strategic people issues and ensuring appropriate HR support and direction across the Group’s thirteen offices.
Ari Tatos, Stonehage Chief Operating Officer, says: “We are delighted that Kate has joined us. Her impressive experience in human resources and wide ranging knowledge of the legal, banking and financial sectors will prove invaluable in growing and looking after our valued team and further developing our operational strategy and global reach.”
Griffiths-Lambeth says: “Stonehage has developed an international platform as a leading provider of advice for ultra-high net worth families and I look forward to working with the team to enhance its operational strategy and support its growth plans.”


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