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Kleinwort Benson boosts London wealth team with hire from Lloyds

Kleinwort Benson boosts London wealth team with hire from Lloyds

Kleinwort Benson has appointed Joakim Gasslander as a senior private banker as it builds out its London wealth management team.

In his new role, Gasslander will report to Valentina Tacchino, head of Kleinwort Benson’s international private wealth management arm.

Speaking about the appointment, Tacchino said: ‘Gasslander has built a great track record and joins a team that is attracting talented individuals as we expand our offering to multi-jurisdictional families and institutions across the globe.’

Gasslander comes on board at the firm from Lloyds' private banking division where he also served as a senior private banker.  Gasslander worked with a range of external intermediaries and advisers as well as ultra high net worth individuals, and his experience includes advising UK and international clients on discretionary and advisory mandates.

Prior to Lloyds, Gasslander had spells at Gadd & Co AB and SEB Private Bank in Stockholm.

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