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Rowan Dartington hires ex-UBS man for London office

Rowan Dartington hires ex-UBS man for London office

Andrew McCulloch has been recruited by Rowan Dartington from UBS Wealth Management for its London branch.

McCulloch becomes an investment manager at Rowan Dartington, having been an associate director at UBS, where he spent more than eight years and managed a portfolio of private and corporate clients.

At Rowan Dartington he will be responsible for investment management for private and corporate clients requiring discretionary, advisory and execution-only services.

‘Andrew’s wide experience in financial services and client management make him a great addition to Rowan Dartington,’ said Trevor Cheal, managing director of investment services at Rowan Dartington.

McCulloch is a member of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment and is a Chartered Wealth Manager.

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