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"Experienced" wealth manager takes lead at Cannacord's Jersey firm

Friday 14 September 2018

"Experienced" wealth manager takes lead at Cannacord's Jersey firm

Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management has appointed a "highly experienced" wealth management professional as the new Head of its Jersey office.

Tim Sanders, who was most recently Head and Chairman of the International Equities Committee at Brooks Macdonald, will manage a range of investment mandates, with a focus on international and bespoke asset management for high-net-worth individuals, charities and the intermediary market.

David Esfandi, the firm's Chief Executive Officer, said: "We're delighted to welcome Tim on board as our new Head of the Jersey office. He's a highly experienced individual and his appointment fits perfectly with our strategy of attracting talented, experienced people to our teams in the Crown Dependencies and throughout our UK office network."

Grahame Lovett, Chief Executive Offshore, added: "Tim's many years of experience will be of great value to our Jersey team. Both Tim and Michael's appointments are testament to CGWM being a draw for talented investment practitioners who want to be part of an exciting, client focused and innovative business. We continue to grow in strength and these new hires clearly demonstrate our vision for the Bailiwick islands and our commitment to strengthening our capability in the region."

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