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Top 30 under 30 star exits Killik

Top 30 under 30 star exits Killik

Killik & Co investment manager and Wealth Manager Top 30 Under 30 2017 finalist Harry Stothert has left the business.

While at Killik, Stothert (pictured) was responsible for £10 million in assets for 40 clients and sat on the firm’s fund selection committee.

He started his career as a corporate finance analyst before becoming a prime broker at financial services company Global Investment Strategy UK.

He joined Killik in 2014 and was based out of the firm’s Mayfair head office. A Killik spokesperson confirmed Stothert’s departure.

The last year has seen quite a lot of movement from 2017’s Top 30 Under 30.

This started with Thesis Asset Management’s rising star Gaurav Gupta leaving the firm to join Punter Southall Investment Consulting in July.

Gupta’s former colleague Sam Lansdowne followed suit at the beginning of this year when he left Thesis to join Seven Investment Management (7IM).

Most recently, Brooks Macdonald’s Oliver Harwood was among a trio of new hires at Quilter Cheviot.

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