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Rathbones boosts research team with Julius Baer hire

Rathbones boosts research team with Julius Baer hire

Rathbone Brothers has recruited a global equity specialist from the Merrill Lynch Wealth team that was acquired by Julius Baer in 2012.

David Harrison has joined Rathbones as a global equity analyst on the firm’s wealth management side, but will also work at Rathbone Unit Trust Management.

Harrison had been at Merrill Lynch Wealth Management and then Julius Baer Portfolio Managers since 2011, having been appointed initially as a portfolio manager in Merrill Lynch Wealth’s discretionary arm.

Prior to Merrill Lynch, Harrison was a portfolio manager focusing on the European and UK markets at Hermes, having worked previously as a pan-European equity portfolio manager at Close Wealth Management and an equity analyst at Goldman Sachs.

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