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Arbuthnot Latham & Co, the private and commercial banking and wealth management arm of the Arbuthnot Banking Group has added five senior hires to its team.

Dean Moore has been appointed as Head of Wealth Planning and takes up his appointment with immediate effect.
 
Moore joins Arbuthnot Latham & Co with over 25 years’ experience in the wealth industry, working in partnership with families and entrepreneurs putting in place strategies to help manage their wealth.  Having previously held a number of senior appointments at firms such as Barclays Wealth, Hargreaves Lansdown, HSBC and most recently Coutts & Co where he was Executive Director in the Private Office, Dean brings exceptional expertise and a deep understanding of the wealth management landscape.
 
Moore joins as a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investments and a Certified Financial Planner.
 
Arbuthnot Latham’s Chief Executive, Ian Henderson says: “Dean’s appointment will further strengthen our Wealth Management capability and provide strong leadership.  These appointments are testament to our solid growth strategy.”
 
Moore says: “I am delighted to be joining Arbuthnot Latham with its strong heritage and client centric ethos.  I am looking forward to developing strong client relationships through our wealth management offer.”
 
Nick Ellis-Calcott has been appointed as Business Transformation Director and takes up his appointment with immediate effect.
 
Ellis-Calcott joins Arbuthnot Latham & Co, Limited with over 15 years’ experience in the financial industry setting up new lending businesses in consumer, commercial and asset finance, and most recently as the Chief Technology Director for Shawbrook Bank. Ellis-Calcott was part of the original management team responsible for migrating systems and infrastructure away from Manchester Building Society to create a new independent entity, which floated on the stock exchange in 2015 and became FTSE 250 listed public company.
 
Henderson says: “Nick’s appointment marks an important moment for Arbuthnot Latham.  His knowledge and track record of delivering strategic transformation is a considerable asset.  These appointments are testament to our solid growth strategy.”
 
Ellis-Calcott says: “I am extremely proud to join such a highly regarded Bank such as Arbuthnot Latham, especially at this important stage of its development. I have been impressed with the infrastructure that exists today as well as the friendliness of the people and I’m looking forward to help deliver the Bank’s strategic objectives.”
 
Nick Bailey has been appointed as MD, Business Development and takes up his appointment with immediate effect.
 
Bailey joins Arbuthnot Latham & Co with over 30 years’ experience in the financial industry with a successful track record in major programme delivery, operations and technology.  Having held a number of senior roles at RBS, where most recently he led a number of strategic transformation initiatives at Ulster Bank, RBS’s Irish subsidiary, Bailey joins from Elixorr Partners where he led a variety of engagements for financial services clients across the UK, South Africa and the United States.
 
Henderson says: “I am pleased to welcome Nick to Arbuthnot Latham.  His considerable experience is a key advantage in helping us grow and diversify the business. These appointments are testament to our solid growth strategy.”
 
Bailey says: “I am thrilled to be joining Arbuthnot Latham at this important time with a number of new and innovative opportunities to grow the business on the horizon. I am very much looking forward to seeing these come to fruition in the near future.”
 
Andy Rushmer has been appointed as Head of Information and Cyber Security, a newly created role which he takes up with immediate effect.
 
Rushmer joins Arbuthnot Latham & Co from Shawbrook Bank where he helped define and deliver the Bank’s IT Architecture, IT Security, Cyber Strategy and Risk Appetite Framework as Head of IT. Rushmer was involved in the FCA Cyber Resilience working group and joins with more than 10 years’ experience in the financial industry.
 
Henderson says: “Andy’s appointment demonstrates our commitment to cyber security and the safety of our clients’ information.  His wealth of experience in this area is a considerable asset.  These appointments are testament to our solid growth strategy.
 
Rushmer says: “I am excited to join Arbuthnot Latham and have the opportunity to contribute to the growth of such a prestigious organisation.”
 
Colin MacKenzie has been appointed as a Director of Investment Management at its London office with immediate effect.
 
MacKenzie joins Arbuthnot Latham & Co with over 30 years’ investment experience. Having previously held a number of senior positions at firms such as Merrill Lynch, Credit Suisse Private Banking and Coutts & Co, where he was formerly an Executive Director and joint Head of Tailored Portfolio Services, MacKenzie brings with him considerable private client facing experience and a deep and broad understanding of investment markets.
 
Henderson says: “Colin MacKenzie’s appointment further strengthens our Investment Management offering and he is a valuable addition to our dedicated team. These appointments are testament to our solid growth strategy”
 
MacKenzie says: “Arbuthnot Latham is a truly agile bank which proactively seeks out growth opportunities and I’m thrilled to be joining at such an exciting time in the bank’s journey. I look forward to leading a team of remarkably talented portfolio managers, working in sync with our bankers and wealth planners, to deliver exceptional service and attractive outcomes to our wide range of clients and thus help drive business growth in 2018 and beyond.”

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