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LGT Vestra hires from Coutts to bolster Private Office

LGT Vestra hires from Coutts to bolster Private Office

LGT Vestra has hired Maeve Colley-Russell from Coutts as it continues to grow its Private Office.

Colley-Russell, who has more than 25 years of experience in wealth management, was latterly at Coutts Private Office, where she looked after ultra-high net worth (UHNW) private clients, for the past six years. Previously she was a director at Barclays Wealth and has also served as head of international private banking at Credit Suisse and worked for Union Bancaire Privée in London.

In her new role, Colley-Russell will be advising UHNW private clients on all aspects of their wealth, including wealth structuring, personal investing and succession planning.

Partner and head of LGT Vestra Private Office Natasa Williams described Colley-Russell as a key senior colleague to help further broaden and deepen the services offered by the company.

She said: ‘Maeve brings a wealth of experience in this fast-changing and demanding business segment where she has earned the trust and respect of her clients.’

Following its acquisition by the LGT group, LGT Vestra has been on an expansion drive over the last year. Several recent hires include Andrew Davies from Barclays Wealth to head up its new Bristol base and Andrew Cattle from Credit Suisse.

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