14 new partners for Smith & Williamson

14 new partners for Smith & Williamson

The newly appointed partners will be working in four of the firm’s offices across the country

The financial and professional services firm, Smith & Williamson, has recently announced 14 partner promotions.

The partners will be working across investment management, assurance and business, and private client taxing. They will be moving into four of Smith & Williamson’s offices: Southampton, Bristol, Guildford, and London.

Kevin Stopps, co-chief executive of Smith & Williamson, said: “These promotions recognise the outstanding contributions made by 14 committed individuals in delivering a comprehensive breadth and depth of services to private clients and their business interests.

“They are all instrumental to our relationship-led approach of putting clients first.”

The 14 new partners are listed below:

Bristol: 

  • Faye Hall – Forensics
  • John Davies – Investment Management

Guildford: 

  • Andy Peacock – Investment Management
  • Edward Emblem – Private Client Tax Services

London:

  • Andrew Buchanan – Group Risk
  • Angela Hughes – Private Client Tax Services
  • Alexander Imrie – Investment Management
  • Chetan Mistry – Assurance & Business Services
  • Genevra Banszky Von Ambroz – Investment Management
  • Matt Howells – Assurance & Business Services
  • Michael Saunders – Investment Management
  • Oliver Murray – Investment Management
  • Tim Loutit – Investment Management

Southampton:

  • Jamie Lane – Assurance & Business Services

David Cobb, co-chief executive of Smith & Williamson, said: “I would like to congratulate all of our new partners and thank them for their contributions to the group’s continued success.

“Retaining and developing the best talent forms a key part of our five-year strategy and gives our clients access to high-quality people focused on delivering what they need most, when they need it.”

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