Close Brothers taps Sanlam and Rathbones for five senior hires

Opens new Chichester office

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The move represents CBAM's intention to expand its regional presence in the South East of England.
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The move represents CBAM's intention to expand its regional presence in the South East of England.

Close Brothers Asset Management (CBAM) has expanded its investment team with five senior hires from Sanlam Private Wealth and Rathbones.

Joining the firm's new Chichester office from Sanlam, James Nield has been appointed as managing director, Robert Clough and Tim Harman as investment directors and Joe Boxall as investment manager.   Based in London, Simon Heathcoat Amory will also join CBAM as investment director after over 16 years at Rathbone.  The move represents the firm's intention to expand its regional presence in the South East of England, as well as its commitment to growing its offering to private clients, charities, trusts and companies. Matthews Asia finds next CEO in multi-boutique founder "We cont...

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