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Walking with Wealth Managers: Lorne Baring of B Capital

Walking with Wealth Managers: Lorne Baring of B Capital

Episode 4 of our podcast series - Walking with Wealth Managers

In this episode, Wealth Manager's Libby Ashby heads to Ardington House in Oxfordshire to meet Lorne Baring, managing director at B Capital.  

As an ultra-high net worth investment manager using almost entirely ETFs, Lorne shares an insight into the business, as well as the countries it has taken him to.

Once the highest revenue private banker at Barclays, hear his absorbing journey from 10 years in the British Army to the investment management world.

You can listen to the podcast now using the player above, and you can also subscribe on iTunes.

You can also find all the episodes on our new podcast hub and check out other listening options there too.

 If you would like more information or to get involved with our podcasts, contact Eleanor on emahmoud@citywire.co.uk.

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