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Former CEO of Schroders UK Private Bank joins Signia Wealth

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Signia Wealth, an independent wealth manager, has appointed Rupert Robinson as head of wealth management.

Robinson (pictured) will work alongside Nathalie Dauriac-Stoebe, the wealth manager’s founder and chief executive, on the key strategic initiatives for the firm.

Whilst Dauriac-Stoebe will continue to focus on developing the firm’s key client relationships, international expansion and growing the overall Signia Wealth proposition, Robinson will oversee the firm’s entire day-to-day operations and will also work closely with Gautam Batra, the firm’s chief investment officer, with regards to the development of Signia Wealth’s investment policy.  Robinson will be based at Signia Wealth’s London office.
 
Prior to joining Signia Wealth, Robinson was chief executive officer of Schroders Private Banking in London and a member of the group’s private banking executive committee. During his decade at Schroders, Robinson was a senior member of the private banking investment committee and managed multi-asset class portfolios on behalf of its clients worldwide.
 
Robinson joined Schroders in 2002 as managing director and head of investments within private banking after Schroders acquired the specialist wealth management business Beaumont Capital. He previously worked for N M Rothschild & Sons for 17 years where he was latterly head of UK wealth management responsible for asset allocation, portfolio construction and risk management.
 
Dauriac-Stoebe says: “Rupert is one of the few key players in our industry and I am extremely excited about him joining us at Signia. We share the same vision and values in seeking to provide a service which is at the forefront of the wealth management industry.  Our complementary skills make an excellent partnership which will be instrumental in the continued drive of Signia Wealth’s growth and success. Our focus on providing the highest level of service to our clients, together with exceptional investment insight, has enabled us to create an enviable client base both in the UK and internationally.”

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