Quilter Cheviot adds three new investment managers

by | Nov 3, 2022

Quilter Cheviot has announced it has hired three new investment managers as it continues to grow its investment team.

Andrew Hannay has joined the Edinburgh office, bringing more than twenty years of wealth management experience having previously held senior investment roles more latterly at Cornelian Asset Managers (now part of Brooks Macdonald) and prior to that Speirs & Jeffrey which was acquired by Rathbones in 2018.

Meanwhile, the Jersey office has recruited Rhea Wright from JTC Employer Solutions. Rhea has over 10 years of experience in the wealth management industry having previously held roles at RBC Wealth Management.

Finally, James Rennie has re-joined Quilter Cheviot in the Birmingham office from Rathbone Greenbank, the sustainable and impact division of Rathbones. Rennie originally joined Quilter Cheviot in 2016 as a trainee investment manager and subsequently became a ‘Responsible Investment Champion’ within the business.

All three investment managers will work closely with private clients and intermediaries including financial advisers to manage their investment portfolios in line with their long-term financial goals.

“We are pleased to bring a further three experienced investment managers to Quilter Cheviot and boost our presence across the UK and Channel Islands,” said Andrew McGlone, Chief Executive of Quilter Cheviot. The economic climate is driving demand for tailored investment portfolios and a personal service, and we want to make sure we are there for both current and prospective clients at what is such a challenging time for investors.”

“Andrew, Rhea and James will also work closely with intermediaries including financial advisers whether that be via Quilter Private Client Advisers or from the open market.”

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