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SocGen Private Banking Hambros hires JP Morgan man

SocGen Private Banking Hambros hires JP Morgan man

SocGen Private Banking Hambros has hired former JP Morgan Private Bank portfolio management head Anthony Hourdé.

Hourdé (pictured) joins as a senior portfolio manager from JP Morgan Private Bank where he worked for eight years, latterly as an executive director in the portfolio management group where he headed a team.

Prior to this, he spent four years at JP Morgan Asset Management after a spell at London & Capital.

In his new role, Hourdé, a CFA charterholder, will focus on the private bank’s discretionary business.

He will also cover advisory clients, servicing both European and UK-national clients. The latter makes up at least 50% of the private bank’s UK business.

Chief investment officer Eric Verleyen told Wealth Manager: ‘Anthony’s appointment forms part of growth ambitions for the private bank’s investment division. We have had great momentum.’

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