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Senior appointments at Kleinwort Hambros

Senior appointments at Kleinwort Hambros

Thursday 29 July 2021

Senior appointments at Kleinwort Hambros

Kleinwort Hambros has made a number of senior appointments to its group and Channel Islands’ business.

Christophe Huchet has been appointed Group Chief Risk Officer of Kleinwort Hambros Group, Phil McIlwraith has been appointed CEO of Kleinwort Hambros in the Channel Islands and David Bromley has been appointed CEO and Group Head of Trust and Fiduciary for SG Kleinwort Hambros Trust Company Limited.

Mr Huchet, who was CEO of the Channel Islands’ bank for four years, takes up his new role in London by October, pending regulatory approval.

Mr McIlwraith has been CEO and Group Head of Trust & Fiduciary Services in the Channel Islands for the past three years. With 31 years’ experience with the Kleinwort Hambros Group, he will play a pivotal role in the growth and development of the CI business.

Mr Bromley, who is currently Group Chief Risk Officer, has been appointed to take over from Mr McIlwraith as CEO and Group Head of Trust & Fiduciary Services in the Channel Islands. 

Kleinwort Hambros CEO, Mouhammed Choukeir,said: “Between them, Christophe, Phil and David bring a wealth of experience at the highest level and will each be instrumental in supporting the growth of our business across the regions. 

“These strategic moves support Kleinwort Hambros in our ambitious plans to be the leading responsible bank for client service and expertise.”

Pictured top - left to right: Christophe Huchet, Phil McIlwraith and David Bromley.

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