Vestra Wealth Management has appointed David Campbell as Managing Partner, subject to regulatory approval.
Campbell was previously at Deutsche Bank, where he ran the firm’s UK Private Wealth Management division. At Vestra he will be responsible for the day to day running of the business reporting into David Scott.
David Scott (pictured), the senior partner, will focus on the strategic goal of becoming the leading independent wealth manager in the UK by refining and improving the offering to meet the clients’ requirements. Together, David Scott and David Campbell will ensure that the quality service, for which Vestra Wealth is already recognised, is consistently offered to UK high-net-worths (HNW), resident non-domiciled and ultra-high-net-worths (UHNW) for the long term future.
Campbell is one of the most prominent names in the British private client industry. He was a former Managing Director and Head of Fixed Income at both JP Morgan and Deutsche Bank. After this, as CEO, he led the MBO of Tilney, the asset management business, which was subsequently bought by Deutsche Bank. Following the acquisition, David assumed global responsibility for all Investment Solutions including chairing the Global Investment Committee and developing a new investment process for the wealth division.
Scott, founder and Senior Partner, of Vestra Wealth, says: “We are delighted to announce the appointment of David Campbell as Managing Partner at Vestra Wealth. David brings vast experience and an enviable reputation in the sector. This will be invaluable in delivering our vision for long term growth whilst upholding our commitment to offer the best possible service to clients.”