Neptune ditches wealth arm plans; Butcher exits

Butcher joined to head up wealth arm last May

Natalie Kenway
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Matthew Butcher

Neptune Investment Management has decided not to go ahead with plans to launch a wealth management arm, as Matt Butcher has left his role, a year after joining to head up the division.

Butcher joined Neptune in Q2 2016 to head up the new wealth management business, which the firm said would work with a "select group of high net worth individuals in London". He was joined by former...

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