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Infinity appoints Investment Director


Investment group Infinity has strengthened its senior team with the appointment of Elizabeth Dumbill as an investment director.She will be working on Infinity’s fund management and regulatory hosting activities as well as helping to develop new services.

Cambridge University graduate Dumbill has moved from wealth management firm Artorius, where she worked for five years after joining from Deloitte.

During nine years at Deloitte, Dumbill qualified as a chartered accountant and rose to become a senior manager in the financial services audit group.

From there she joined Manchester-based boutique Artorius as group financial controller, and then moved to the client-facing side of the business. 

As an associate client partner, she advised on clients’ investment and wealth planning needs as well as providing family office services to ultra-high net worth individuals.

Dumbill holds a Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment level six certificate in private client investment advice and management, which she passed with distinction.

She says: “I’m thrilled to join Infinity and look forward to combining my accountancy and wealth management experience to help further enhance the group’s offering to clients.”

Dumbill is the third senior appointment at Infinity in the past two years, following the arrival of Anna Kerrane from law firm Shoosmiths as an investment director and Paul Wogan as business development director.

Infinity is led by partners Daniel Finestein, Sarah Butler and Phil Vickers. It provides fund management, regulatory hosting and corporate advisory services across the UK and internationally.

The group specialises in the formation, management and operation of investment funds throughout their lifecycle through to exit. 

Butler says: “I am delighted that Elizabeth decided to join us – she is a fantastic addition to our team. 

“She brings an array of skills which are a great fit for Infinity as we expand our range of services to clients and continue to invest in our operations despite the wider economic picture. 

“The number of new business inquiries we are receiving is increasing as people have time to contemplate what their future should look like following this period of uncertainty.”

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