Three ex-Brooks Macdonald employees have landed at Quilter Cheviot, bringing the total number of new investment managers hired since the start of the year to 11.
Jennifer Innes has joined Quilter Cheviot's Edinburgh office as an investment manager; she had been at Brooks Macdonald for five years.
Initially, she will focus on building on the strong relationships the firm has in the marketplace within the local financial adviser community.
Helen Brien, Brooks Macdonald's head of investment management support for the past ten years, has joined the firm in a new role, head of middle office.
Quilter Cheviot said her appointment and the creation of the role underpin its commitment to achieving more efficient working practices and processes "to enhance the service offered to financial advisers and clients".
Further, the wealth management firm has appointed its first telephone account manager to the sales team in the form of Monica Bungar, who was at Brooks Macdonald for four years. She will work alongside the London sales team, "helping to identify and initiate new business opportunities within the financial adviser community".
Andrew McGlone, chief executive of Quilter Cheviot, said the trio had joined "at an exciting time" for the business" and wished them well in their new roles.
He added: "I am equally pleased to see that we continue to attract the highest standard of specialists irrespective of their area of expertise. As our investment management team continues to expand, it is important that we build on the infrastructure that supports them."