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Ex-Banque Havilland pair join forces at new wealth firm

Newly-launched wealth management firm RiverPeak Wealth has hired Banque Havilland private banking director James Powell (pictured) as managing director.

The move sees Powell reunited with former Banque Havilland colleague and private banking head Nick Parker, who formed the boutique at the end of last year.

In his previous role Powell was responsible for establishing and growing Banque Havilland's London branch. Before that he was a wealth structuring specialist and then private banker at Citi Private Bank.

'I’m excited about our offering plus the support and interest RiverPeak is already generating amongst UK financial influencers and business leaders, and importantly prospective clients,' Powell said in a statement.

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