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London Wall Partners lures Saunderson House director Lovell

London Wall Partners lures Saunderson House director Lovell

Wealth manager and adviser London Wall Partners has hired Saunderson House' David Lovell.

Lovell comes on board as a parter and brings with him 22 years' experience working as a director for Saunderson House.  His appointment closely follows London Wall Partners' launch in December after it was founded by Nick Fletcher. 

Lovell's hire also sees him join forces with his former colleague Fletcher, who before setting up London Wall worked as chief executive officer at Saunderson House.

Lovell said: 'I could not be more pleased to have this opportunity to work with Nick once more.

'Nick has always paved the way in retail financial services, and in forming London Wall Partners he has attracted and built a formidable team.'

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