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Hargreave Hale boosts team with Bestinvest hire

Hargreave Hale boosts team with Bestinvest hire

Hargreave Hale has added to its London team with the hire of Jeannette Cottrell from Bestinvest, where she worked as a senior investment adviser.

Her new role will focus on both discretionary and advisory mandates for private clients. She has over 12 years’ industry experience, having previously held financial planning roles at both Deloitte & Touche and Barclays. 

Hargreave Hale chair Giles Hargreave (pictured) commented: 'Jeannette is another high calibre recruit for the company, whose wide skill-set and experience will be an asset to our growing investment management business.'

Jeannette is a graduate of Queen Mary University of London and holds Chartered Fellowship status with the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investments. She is also a chartered wealth manager and holds the Advanced Financial Planning Certificate.

Hargreave Hale has £3.8 billion under management.

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