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GAM adds to private clients and charities business with new hire


GAM Investments has appointed Joss Mitchell to its private clients and charities business as portfolio director, effective 16 April. He is based in London.

In this new role, Mitchell reports to Kier Boley and will be responsible for managing and growing multi-jurisdictional assets for high net worth individuals, family offices and charities through bespoke portfolio solutions.
The appointment follows the creation of GAM Investment Solutions in September 2016, which united the private clients and charities team, the alternative investment solutions and multi-asset class solutions businesses. GIS team members work across organisational units and geographies to deliver customised investment solutions for clients.
Larry Hatheway, Head of GAM Investment Solutions, says: “We are pleased to welcome Joss to the team. With more than 30 years’ experience in private banking and wealth management, Joss brings considerable expertise to the team. We look forward to Joss’ contributions to the growth of our business and to helping our clients reach their investment aspirations.”
Joss Mitchell joins GAM Investments from Kleinwort Hambros, where he was an executive director. Prior to this, he worked in a number of private banking and wealth management roles, including at Citi Private Bank, HSBC Private Bank and Deutsche Wealth Management. He began his career at Mercury Asset Management in 1987 as an assistant portfolio manager.

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