Smith & Williamson has promoted 14 employees to partner, including seven in the firm's investment management division.
The seven investment managers who have been promoted are Genevra Banszky von Ambroz, John Davies, Alexander Imrie, Tim Loutit, Oliver Murray, Andy Peacock and Michael Saunders.
Banszky von Ambroz is associate director of the investment team and deputy manager on the Defensive Growth, MM Global Investment and MM Endurance Balanced funds.
Davies is based in the firm's Bristol office and Peacock in Guildford while the remaining investment managers work in Smith & Williamson's London HQ.
The other promotions include Matt Howells, Jamie Lane and Chetan Mistry in assurance and business services, Edward Emblem and Angela Hughes in private client tax, Faye Hall in forensics and Andrew Buchanan in group risk.
Kevin Stopps, co-chief executive of S&W, 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."
Stopps' co-chief executive David Cobb added: "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."
S&W's five-year strategy for the firm includes a major IT infrastructure project, the hiring and development of high-quality staff and the integrated delivery of the group's client services.
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