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Smith & Williamson Top 100 selector Peter Lowe retires

Smith & Williamson Top 100 selector Peter Lowe retires

Peter Lowe, a partner at Smith & Williamson, has retired from the firm after 18 years.

Lowe (pictured) featured as one of Wealth Manager’s Top 100 last year and had looked after private clients at Smith & Williamson since 1995.

Most recently Lowe managed a range of portfolios aimed principally at clients seeking a lower-risk investment approach.

Lowe also had responsibility for fund research at Smith & Williamson, and sat on a number of internal committees overseeing strategy, risk and asset allocation.

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