Hurst Point promotes Ben Conway to Hawksmoor CIO in exec team reshuffle

Managing director John White to exit

Hope Coumbe
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Wealth manager Hurst Point Group is realigning its management structures under new committees as part of a re-organisation strategy for both its financial planning and investment management operations.

The group - which currently advises around £10bn in assets - confirmed yesterday (12 February) it has conducted a review of its structure in a bid to become more integrated. While its financial planning business operates mostly under the Argentis brand, there is also its investment management business under the Hawksmoor brand. Gore Browne CIO and co-founder retires after 19 years at the firm "The board has concluded that the group should become more integrated, by removing layers and certain areas of duplication across the business which the board believe will bring the group clos...

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