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Coutts hires Lloyds’ Hart for ultra high net worth role

Coutts hires Lloyds’ Hart for ultra high net worth role

Coutts Private Office has appointed Oliver Hart as a director to look after ultra high net worth clients.

In his London-based role, Hart will report to Camilla Stowell and will take on clients whose assets exceed £30 million or who have more than £10 million available to be invested.

Hart has over 13 years’ experience and joins from Lloyds Private Bank, where he spent four years as a senior private banker.

Prior to this, he worked at Barclays Wealth as an associated director, and previously spent three years with Brown Shipley as a portfolio manager.

He started his career with HSBC Investments, where he was a specialist in discretionary investment management.

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