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Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management increases commitment to intermediary community


Following hot on the heels of the appointments of both Sean Taylor, Head of Intermediary Sales, and Andrew Clotworthy, Intermediary Sales Director, Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management has appointed Nick Muir as Intermediary Investment Director in London with immediate effect.  

He joins from UBS Wealth Management having previously worked in similar roles at HSBC, RBS and Deutsche Bank. Muir has an in depth understanding of the needs and aspirations of clients and how best to assist in achieving their most important investment objectives. Muir has chosen to work at Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management as he believes it is best placed in the London market to deliver a truly integrated investment solution for clients.  
The firm already has a good following amongst intermediaries and offers a suite of products and services specifically for this market.  With a strong centralised investment process that underpins its investment solutions, the business is well placed to expand its offering to the intermediary market and build on a series of partnerships that compliment both the requirements of advisers’ and their clients, as well as the core strengths of the Canadian owned global business.
David Esfandi, Chief Executive at CGWM, says: “Nick brings with him a wealth of experience, understanding and industry knowledge that will prove invaluable as we look to expand our presence in the intermediary arena compounding our commitment to delivering a fully integrated, solutions driven investment service.”

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