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Stanhope Capital appoints senior director


Stanhope Capital has appointed Matthew Gambles (pictured) as a Senior Director of Stanhope Capital (Jersey) Limited, to work with founding Directors David Nolan and Jonathan Overland. 

Gambles joins Stanhope Capital from RBC Wealth Management where he held the role of Director Investment Counsellor working closely with families, advising on investment strategies for their Trusts and wider personal assets. Prior to this he trained with PriceWaterhouse before embarking on his investment career in discretionary management with both UBS and Deutsche Bank.

Gambles’ qualifications include an honours degree in Business Studies and German from the University of East London.  He is a Chartered Certified Accountant and has completed the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment Diploma (CISI).  He also holds the designation Chartered Wealth Manager.

His professional memberships include Fellowship of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment (FCSI).

Stanhope Capital, the global investment office, reinforced its business development drive in the Channel Islands when it incorporated its subsidiary company, Stanhope Capital (Jersey) Limited, at the end of 2014 and received authorisation from the Jersey Financial Services Commission to conduct investment business in February 2015. 

Nolan says: “We are delighted to welcome Matthew to our team at Stanhope Capital (Jersey) Limited.  Jonathan and I have known and respected Matthew for many years during our respective careers working in the Channel Islands.  We are excited about the opportunity of growing our business and bringing the Stanhope difference to Channel Islands based Fiduciaries, Family Offices and Private Clients.”

Gambles says: “I am very excited by the opportunity to partner with David and Jonathan at Stanhope Capital. Since it was founded in 2004, Stanhope Capital has built a strong reputation based upon its ability to deliver relevant strategic advice and bespoke investment solutions to clients. Its continued commitment to the Channel Islands with the newly established office in Jersey only enhances this, and it is fantastic to be involved in this new era of such a highly regarded asset manager.”

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