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04/06/2018 News Team

Tuesday
London-based Chawker & Co, an investment and wealth advisory business, recruited Guy Christie to work alongside Ed Goodchild its founder in providing a wide range of services to wealthy families and individuals.

The Tosca Private Investments Fund (TPIF), a new specialist vehicle established by Toscafund Asset Management  to target small/mid market private equity opportunities in the European financial services sector, made its first investment by acquiring a significant minority stake in London-based Plurimi Wealth LLP and its affiliates.

Wednesday
Simon Lough, a former chief executive of Heartwood Wealth, has resurfaced at London & Capital, another London-based wealth management firm. He is currently working as a consultant for London & Capital Group. But this role could expand.

Tilney hired Catherine Davies in the newly created role of head of talent, resourcing and development.

Thursday
Wealth manager Artorius Wealth appointed Christopher Pottle as a client partner to join its London team.

Luxembourg’s Luxaviation Group launched a strategic private client partnership with Colombo Wealth Management, a family office and wealth manager based in Switzerland.

Friday
Freddie Pooter, our regular diarist, revealed Edward Bonham Carter’s view on AI and leaving the EU.

Statutory pre-tax losses at Exeter-based Hawksmoor Investment Management increased for the year to 31 December 2017 despite record revenues and assets under management, according to its latest annual report and accounts.

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