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Brooks Macdonald hires Canaccord man for Guernsey hub

Brooks Macdonald hires Canaccord man for Guernsey hub

Brooks Macdonald International (BMI) has strenghened its ranks with the appointment of Jeremy Stubbs as senior investment adviser in its Guernsey office.

In his new role, Stubbs will head up the island’s investment advisory, FX and dealing teams.

Stubbs joins from Canaccord, where he was a stockbroker. Prior to this, he had spells at Cenkos and Brewin Dolphin, where he was an investment manager.

Matt Watson, head of BMI’s Guernsey office, said in a statement: 'Jeremy [Stubbs]’s excellent reputation on the island and impressive experience in the industry makes him a fantastic addition to the team.

'We are focused on maintaining our existing high service levels as we continue to expand and I am confident that Jeremy will be a major asset to Brooks Macdonald International.'

Advisory funds managed by BMI totalled £374 million at the end of December 2013 versus £354 million at the end of September.

The hire comes hot on the heels after BMI launched an international managed portfolio service to be run out of its Channel Islands office.

The suite of products comprises four actively managed risk-rated funds; defensive, cautious balanced, balanced and growth, which invest across a range of asset classes.

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