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Quilter Cheviot bolsters executive committee with double appointment

Quilter Cheviot bolsters executive committee with double appointment

Quilter Cheviot has bolstered its executive committee with the appointment of Andy McGlone and Jane Seymour.

McGlone, who serves as investment director, has been with the business since 1994 and sits on the firm’s risk, client money and counterparty committees alongside his investment management role.

Seymour joined the firm from Rathbone Investment Management in February 2013 where she served as group marketing director.

The duo join five others on the executive committee, which is headed by Quilter Cheviot chief executive Martin Baines (pictured) and includes chief financial officer Matt Duncan, who was recently recruited from Newton Investment Management.

Head of onshore branches David Loudon, chief operating officer Mark Macleod and investment director Donald Norman complete the line up.   

The moves comes after Quilter Cheviot surpassed £15 billion in assets under management in 2013 following the merger between Quliter and Cheviot Asset Management in July 2013.

'The promotion of Jane and Andy is a reflection of the value they bring to the business and of our ambitious growth trajectory,' Baines said in a statement. 'We are seeing  growth in funds under management  across all our offices with a modest but associated increase in staff numbers.

'We now have the right blend of skills and experience in our executive committee to take us into what we believe will be a very exciting 2014.'

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