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WH Ireland, the financial services group that provides corporate broking and private wealth management services, has appointed Jonathan Clements and Nick Tulloch to the firm’s corporate broking division in London.

Both Clements and Tulloch have extensive equities experience and will support the continued expansion of the division
 
Clements is an equity salesman and brings 25 years’ experience to the role, most recently at Canaccord Genuity and prior to that at Arbuthnot Securities and Lazards.
 
Tulloch is a corporate financier and has 18 years’ experience in the industry, most notably with Cazenove, Altium, Robert W. Baird and Arbuthnot. He is also a trained solicitor.
 
Richard Killingbeck, chief executive of WH Ireland Group, says: “I’m delighted to welcome Jonathan and Nick to WH Ireland’s London office.  Both have tremendous experience and strong reputations.  These appointments complement the existing team and enhance the corporate broking division’s capacity to attract additional clients and deliver transactions for clients.” 

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