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RBC hires directors as it boosts client teams

RBC hires directors as it boosts client teams

RBC Wealth Management has made four senior hires as it expands its client-facing team.

Priya Sriskantharajah and Sharon Templeman joined the RBC's corporate executives client segment team as directors, while Jakub Brogowski and Matthew Hunter join the firm's business owners and entrepreneurs team as director and associate director, respectively.

Their remit is to provide relationship management for strategic clients in the two segments, identifying the lient's needs and offering advice on an ongoing basis.

Ross Jennings, RBC managing director for sales and relationship management, said: 'By attracting talent to RBC that goes beyond wealth management and spans investment banking and capital markets we continue to expand both the depth and breadth of our client coverage capabilities.'

All four hires are London based and will report to Jennings.

Sriskantharajah joins after 13 years at Lloyd’s Banking Group, where her role was global relationship lead motor retail division.

Hunter also joins from Lloyds Banking Group, where he spent six years working for the bank’s wealth management offering.

Templeman joins from Smith & Williamson and has over 20 years experience in investment structuring, having previously advised resident and non-domiciled private clients from Europe and the U.S. on their personal and cross-border tax positions.

Brogowski has 15 years experience working in investment banking across EMEA and North America covering energy markets, and spent the last six in the wider RBC group in its capital markets division  as a senior member of the European energy team.

 

 

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