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European Wealth appoints Hay as non-exec director


Marianne Laing Hay (pictured) is to join the Board of the European Wealth Group on 1 December 2015 as a non-executive director.

Formerly the Head of Private Banking for Europe, Middle East and Africa for Standard Chartered Bank, Hay is highly experienced at board level in leading global financial services businesses. Her core skills include strategic planning, risk management and investment management.  Between 2005 – 2007, she served as Chief Executive Officer for Citigroup’s European Global Wealth Management business, and prior to that was Head of Private Wealth Management for Morgan Stanley in New York and London between 1993 – 2005.
Hay currently serves on the Board of the Court of the University of Greenwich, and is a member of the Finance Committee of the University and the Chair of the Investment Committee.  She also serves on the board of the Town and Country Housing Group and is the Chair of the TCHG Foundation.  Hay was previously a Trustee of ACE Africa and served on the Advisory Board of Riverpeak Wealth.
John Morton, the Executive Chairman of European Wealth, says: “The European Wealth Group Board is delighted that Marianne Hay has agreed to join us. She brings a wealth of investment experience from across a broad range of leading global companies. The Board believes she will be a great addition, providing strong financial and commercial input to our expanding franchise.”

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