Brown Shipley has appointed Sandra Dailidyte as client senior manager in the firm’s Edinburgh office.
Dailidyte (pictured) joins from Seven Investment Management, where she spent four years as private client manager to around 100 families with a combined wealth of approximately £70 million.
Dailidyte said: ‘I am delighted to join Brown Shipley at such an exciting time of growth for the business.
‘I am particularly looking forward to working with the existing team as we continue to provide an excellent, bespoke wealth management service to cater to our clients’ needs.’
Dailidyte’s appointment is the latest in a series of hires for the wealth manager. Earlier this month it hired Cyrique Bourbon, a multi-asset manager from Morningstar.
The firm also created a new role for Arbuthnot Latham veteran, Richard McGregor, who became national head of Court of Protection & personal injury.