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Quilter Cheviot expands investment management team


Quilter Cheviot, part of Old Mutual Wealth, has added to its investment management team with three new hires in its London and Salisbury offices: Oliver Harwood, Vaughn Webber and Scott Holloway.

Harwood joined Mats Arthursson’s London-based investment management team in November. He is responsible for private clients, trusts and institutional clients. Harwood, who was listed in the 2017 Citywire Top 30 under 30 wealth manager list, joined the firm from Brooks Macdonald, where he was an Investment Manager.
Harwood says: “I’m incredibly excited to have joined Quilter Cheviot, a firm that is renowned for its discretionary investment management services. I look forward to working alongside an experienced team, managing existing client portfolios whilst also building new relationships with clients.”
Arthursson, Investment Director, adds: “I’m delighted to welcome Oliver to Quilter Cheviot. He is a very talented investment manager with experience of investing in a variety of markets. I’m sure he will make a significant contribution to the team, helping us to grow further.”
Webber joined the Salisbury office as Investment Manager on 2 January from ABSA Bank in South Africa, where he was Head of Portfolio Management for private clients. 
Holloway also joined the Salisbury office as Investment Manager on 29 January from Liverpool Victoria, where he was a Senior Investment Analyst. 
Richard Firth, Head of the Salisbury Office, says: “I am delighted to welcome Vaughn and Scott to our team. Both are experienced investment managers who will complement the established team and help us manage the expanding client base. Salisbury is growing in prominence and by increasing the size of our team in that office to 19, we believe we are demonstrating our commitment to the region.” 

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