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Rowan Dartington boosts south west presence with Coutts hire

Rowan Dartington has hired Sasha Brown to boost its Cheltenham office.

Brown joins from Coutts and takes up the post of business relationship manager.

Her main responsibility will be developing strong links with financial intermediaries and professionals in the south west, as well as continuing to develop long term affiliations with existing and new private clients.

Commenting on the appointment David Smith, head of Rowan's Cheltenham office, said:  'Sasha enjoys a well-respected profile throughout the Gloucestershire business and financial community, built up during her time at Coutts and RBS. 

'We are now able to benefit from her extensive experience of managing business relationships with entrepreneurs, high net worth individuals, business owners and professionals, particularly because these skills are much in demand amongst our own client base.'

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