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Charles Stanley appoints Head of Asset Management Development

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Wealth manager, Charles Stanley, has appointed Jeremy Hippolite, FPFS, IMC as Head of Asset Management Development with a remit to expand the firm’s asset management presence amongst professional intermediaries. 

Hippolite will focus on increasing sales of Charles Stanley’s Managed Portfolio Service on third party platforms and reports in to Steve Hill, Head of Intermediary Sales.
 
Hippolite has 25 years’ experience in investment management, business development and relationship management and joins from Standard Life Wealth where he was Head of International Business Development.  He has also previously worked for Kleinwort Benson, CreditSuisse Asset Management, Coutts and Abbey National Offshore (Portugal).
 
John Porteous, Group Head of Distribution, says: “Jeremy is a highly driven and motivated professional with an exemplary track record of working with UHNW clients, IFAs, Professional intermediaries and trustees and forging long term relationships and business flows.
 
“He is ideally placed to help us continue building our relationships with strategic partners, regional IFAs and platform providers. His appointment reflects our strategy to grow in the professional intermediaries market where we have a reputation of providing a genuine personal service in a market which is increasingly becoming standardised.”
 
The appointment follows-on from a raft of other key hires this year as part of one of Charles Stanley’s key strategic objectives to expand its intermediary sales network and grow in the professional intermediaries market.

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