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Charles Stanley adds to Investment Management team in Eastbourne branch


Wealth Manager Charles Stanley has expanded its team with a new hire within its investment management division.

Lydia Macdonald, who has 32 years of experience working for London-based investment managers, joins the firm as an Investment Manager and will be based at the Eastbourne branch.
Macdonald began her investment career at Capel Cure Myers in 1986 and has subsequently worked for ANZ Grindlays Private Bank as well as Gerrard’s and Barclays Wealth. Most recently, Lydia spent ten years at Brewin Dolphin, where she was a divisional director managing discretionary private clients, ISAs, trusts and pensions.
James Smith, Branch Manager of Charles Stanley Eastbourne, says: “I am delighted to welcome Lydia to the Eastbourne team. Our office has been at the heart of the investment management community in the area for over twenty years and our success is built from dedication and commitment to our clients. As we grow our client base further and AUM, it is essential we continue to attract talent of the highest calibre, such as Lydia, to meet our clients’ evolving and diverse financial needs.”
Macdonald says: “Charles Stanley has an outstanding reputation in the investment world so I am very excited to become part of an ambitious team that is expanding its presence in the South East. Charles Stanley Eastbourne will allow me to utilise my skillset in providing high quality investment services, focusing on the needs of clients in an increasingly challenging personal finance landscape.”

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