The appointments will see Nish Patel join as a lending specialist and Tony Conway join the international team as a client director.
Mr Patel, who joins from HSBC Private Bank, will work with the wider team of lending specialists to provide secured and unsecured loans to both existing and new clients.
The firm says his experience will “further enhance its lending expertise, bolstering its fully integrated wealth management offering to HNW and UHNW clients.”
Mr Conway, who has more than 30 years’ industry experience, specialises in the Middle East and North Africa market and Brown Shipley says his arrival “will strengthen the international team’s expertise in the region.”
Prior to joining Brown Shipley he held positions at Credit Agricole, Julius Baer and UBS Wealth Management.
Mr Conway joins the international team following the acquisition of Insinger de Beaufort (IdB), a leading private bank headquartered in the Netherlands, by Brown Shipley’s parent company, KBL European Private Bankers.
As part of the deal, the former London branch of IdB was integrated into Brown Shipley’s London office late last year.
Both appointments were said to be in line with Brown Shipley’s strategy to strengthen its presence in London and to further enhance the delivery of its integrated wealth management offering to HNW and UHNW clients.
Guy Healey, head of private banking, said: “I am delighted to welcome Nish and Tony to the London office following a period of strong performance for the team.
“As we continue to develop our presence in the region, their respective areas of expertise will further enhance our ability to offer a full-service wealth management proposition to more clients.”
“Brown Shipley is currently at an exciting period of growth and Nish and Tony will play an important role in supporting this momentum moving forward into Q4 and beyond.”
The new appointments were described as “the latest in a series of several strategic senior hires” following the appointment of new chief executive, Alan Mathewson, in April and new chief investment officer, Toby Vaughan, who joins the firm next month.