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BMAM recruits business development manager


Brooks Macdonald Asset Management (BMAM) has appointed Kristian Guest as business development manager.

Guest joins BMAM’s new business development team and will be based out of their Taunton office.
Guest will be responsible for developing professional adviser and intermediary relationships in the South West and South Wales.
Prior to joining BMAM, Guest was business development manager at AXA Wealth and AXA Wealth International where he gained more than eight years of experience managing intermediary client relationships. His experience ranges across the full range of investment products in domestic and international markets. More recently, he specialised in tax and trust planning as well as offshore investments adding valuable technical expertise.
Andrew Shepherd, joint managing director, says: “Kristian is a great addition to the team and brings with him a wealth of experience. His technical knowledge and reputation within the professional adviser community will be instrumental in delivering our commitment to excellent service. With Kristian’s help we look forward to strengthening our network of introducing professional advisers in the South West and South Wales.”
Guest says: “I am thrilled to have joined Brooks Macdonald. I see this as a phase of exponential growth for DFMs with more and more advice firms outsourcing their investment propositions to discretionary managers. Brooks Macdonald has innovative solutions for all client segments and I am looking forward to helping them build on their recent success.” 

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