Ex-Barclays Wealth Financial Planner Jeremy Croysdill and former Coutts employee David Kay will join the private client wealth management team at the London office.
Mr Kay has worked in the sector for 35 years, following roles at Deutsche Bank Wealth Management, Coutts and Kleinwort Benson. His expertise covers core elements of wealth planning, including pensions, estate management and tax planning.
Mr Croysdill has over 30 years’ industry experience, including as client director at Heartwood Wealth Management.
Roger Clark, head of wealth management at Brown Shipley, said: “Their skills and experience perfectly match our planning-led approach and enhance our ability to offer clients a full service wealth management proposition.”
Guy Healey, head of private banking at Brown Shipley, said: “The London office has undergone significant development and transformation over the last 12 months, and these appointments are another important milestone in furthering the business’ presence in the South East.
“We began the process of enhancing our London office with the hiring of Richard Stubbs as head of lending in March of last year, followed by Michael Pos as head of product and proposition and more recently the appointment of Andrew Butler-Cassar to the role of head of London.”
The appointments follow the integration of the London branch of Insinger de Beaufort, following the acquisition of the Netherlands based private bank by KBL European Private Bankers, Brown Shipley’s parent company. This was announced in December of last year.