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Lord North Street names two directors and hires Fleming man

Lord North Street has hired a Fleming Family & Partners investment manager and appointed two directors as part of its expansion its plans.

Edward Tollemache joins from Fleming Family & Partners, where he had served as private client manager since 2002. Prior to this he had a spell at Merrill Lynch.

At the same time Sonia de Luca and Eirian Jones have been appointed directors. 

Jones has been with the firm since 2005 and heads the investment team, while de Luca was recently appointed a Director of Lord North Street Switzerland, which opened in November 2012.   

Commenting on the appointments, Lord North Street director Oliver Hancock said: 'These appointments reflect our long term commitment to serving clients, expanding the client base and supporting our international private investment office network.

'The recent opening of an office in Switzerland and continued investment in people are central to our long-term plan to develop our operations both in the UK and other parts of the world.'

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