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Redmayne-Bentley adds to its Cambridge branch

Redmayne-Bentley adds to its Cambridge branch

Redmayne-Bentley has hired Jonathan Adams (pictured) as an investment manager in its Cambridge office, as it seeks to beef up its operation in the region.

Adams joins the investment management and stockbroking firm from Fieldings Investment Management, with whom he had been an investment manager since 1993 and was a founder shareholder when it incorporated in 1994.

He is a chartered fellow of the CISI and a chartered wealth manager.

Adams started his City career with Laurie Milbank/Chase Manhattan. He then moved to Panmure Gordon and became an assistant director with responsibilities for institutional gilt sales and private client liaison, bond portfolio management, and corporate finance relationships.

In 1986 he joined Baring Brothers where he held various specialist responsibilities for UK and US clients, and was a member of the strategy committee.

Adams joins Redmayne-Bentley’s Cambridge office which was opened by investment manager Mark Rigby in 2013. Rigby was joined by stockbroker Luke Simmonds two years ago.

Earlier this year, David Loudon, Redmayne-Bentley’s managing partner, told Wealth Manager they would look to attract more ‘unhappy staff’ from rivals such as Charles Stanley, following the hires of James Carr, Lizzie Heaver, Andrew Dyson and Duncan Graham.

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