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Quilter Cheviot adds to investment management team


Quilter Cheviot continues to grow its investment management team, with a further four investment managers joining the firm over the past month. 

With 10 new hires since the beginning of the year, Quilter Cheviot has added to seven of its 12 regional offices.
In London, Richard Wayne-Wynne has joined from Brooks Macdonald where he was an Investment Director; Nick Lamb, who was previously Head of Office for WH Ireland in Bristol, has joined Quilter Cheviot’s Bristol office; Martin Andrews has joined the Leicester office from GHC Capital Markets, where he was previously a Private Client Investment Manager; and the firm’s Salisbury office has appointed Daniel Schieber from Charles Stanley, where he worked as an Investment Manager.
Andrew McGlone, Chief Executive of Quilter Cheviot says: “I am delighted to welcome Richard, Nick, Martin and Daniel to our business. It is a great sign of confidence in Quilter Cheviot and the team we already have in place that such experienced and talented individuals want to further their careers with us and it’s important that we are adding to our teams across the country.”
Earlier this year Quilter Cheviot hired Lawrence Cotton, James Hughes and Andrew Jones to its London office. Both Lawrence and James joined from WH Ireland; while Andrew was previously at Royal Bank of Canada. In addition to this, Andy Smillie joined Quilter Cheviot’s Glasgow office from Tilney Investment Management; Lorraine Antypova joined the Liverpool office from Blankstone Sington; and in Jersey, Thomas Lovell joined from Rathbones.

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