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Office Spotlight: SG Kleinwort Hambros Bank

Office Spotlight: SG Kleinwort Hambros Bank

Date office opened: 2008

Number in team: 4

Average portfolio size: £2.5 million

Group assets under management: £16 bn

Top three fund picks:

Jupiter European

Artemis Global Income

Moorea SGBP Hambros Target Return

Q&A with Mark Sinclair, director of private banking, SG Kleinwort Hambros, Cambridge (pictured below):

What is your typical client demographic?

Owner managed businesses, finance professionals, wealthy retired and, increasingly, entrepreneurs from the tech, pharma and bioscience industries.

What differentiates your region?

High-tech, pharma, disruptive technologies businesses, plus world-class educational establishments.

What challenges does your area face?

Infrastructure keeping pace with the growth of people and businesses.

What’s the best thing about living in your area?

A London feel, but with less people and more green space. Also excellent facilities for all the family’s needs.

What is your office motto?

Treat customers with honesty, integrity and respect.

Are you bullish or bearish?

Bullish

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