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Julius Baer taps two senior level hires from Barclays Wealth

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Jonathan Holland and Robert Websdale have joined Julius Baer’s London office as Relationship Managers with the rank of Director. 

They will join Senior Relationship Manager Alan Edwards to focus on developing Julius Baer’s business in the North of England, reporting to David Durlacher, Head of Relationship Management.

Holland has more than 12 years’ experience in relationship management and advising high and ultra-high net worth individuals. He joins Julius Baer from Barclays’ Manchester office, where he was a senior banker since 2006. Prior to that, he worked as an Investment Banker with JP Morgan and UBS. He was previously nominated for Young Banker of the Year by Insider Awards.
 
Websdale has eight years’ experience advising high net worth individuals out of Barclays’ Manchester office and previously worked in corporate banking, in the North West. He brings a strong track record in delivering wealth management solutions to entrepreneurs in the region and has developed a strong reputation for client service and wealth structuring.
 
Adam Horowitz, Head of the Julius Baer UK business, says: “I am delighted that Jonathan and Robert have joined us at this critical point in Julius Baer’s growth in the UK. The North of England is a central part of our long-term strategy and the team brings with it a deep understanding and commitment to the region. Together with Alan Edwards, they will help us to become the new reference for wealth management in the North of England”.
 

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