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You're hired special: 20 headline wealth moves in 2014

This year has seen a number significant moves in the wealth industry. We highlight 20 key ones.

10 January

Charles Stanley boosted its headcount in London early in the year with a quadruple hire. Adam & Company duo Peter Gossage (pictured) and Michael Gifford joined as investment managers, alongside David Orr from Brewin Dolphin and Tom Sanderson from UBS.

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10 January

Charles Stanley boosted its headcount in London early in the year with a quadruple hire. Adam & Company duo Peter Gossage (pictured) and Michael Gifford joined as investment managers, alongside David Orr from Brewin Dolphin and Tom Sanderson from UBS.

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14 Febuary

Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management appointed two senior investment managers, John James (pictured) and Mike Gore to its Edinburgh office.

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28 March

Andrew Pitt left his role as head of charities at Newton, while his former colleague June Jessop departed Standard Life Wealth.

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16 April

Towry's chief Andrew Fisher (pictured) left the firm with Prudential UK head Rob Devey taking over the role.

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19 June

Peter Horrell (pictured), chief executive of Barclays Wealth and Investment Management, left the bank after 23 years of service.

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25 June

Brewin Dolphin investment managers Neil Jones, Ian Kavanagh and Victoria MacDonald left the firm to join Hargreave Hale

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15 July

Barclays’s former UK and European wealth management chief Henry Fischel-Bock joined Lombard Odier as head of its UK and continental private client business.

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17 July

Andrew Fay left his role as head of wealth management at Close Brothers Asset Management

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15 August

The divisional director at Brewin Dolphin's London office, Gregor McNie, resigned from his position.

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22 August

Juliet Wedderburn (pictured), head of Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management in London and Arnaud de Servigny, global head of discretionary portfolio management, both left the company.

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3 September

Killik & Co's CIO Paul Kavanagh (pictured) announced his departure from the company along with Kareem Khouri and John Prior.

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22 September

Barclays named ex-Citibank veteran Akshaya Bhargava (pictured) as chief executive of its wealth and investment management business

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25 September

Charles Stanley's CEO Sir David Howard (pictured) stepped down after 43 years as chief executive.

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30 September

Former head of wealth solutions at C Hoare & Co Roger Clark (pictured) was hired by Brown Shipley as head of wealth management.

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8 October

Barclays' former chief executive Peter Horrell was appointed as head of UK business at Fidelity Worldwide.

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9 October

Stephen Glazzard stepped down as head of Brewin Dolphin's Birmingham office, and Adam Wilkins (pictured) was tasked to fill his shoes.

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13 October

Brewin Dolphin's former Manchester boss Robert Race (pictured), who had left the company in August, was appointed as head of wealth management at WH Ireland.

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16 October

Hargreave Hale appointed former Brewin Dolphin Newcastle divisional director David Clinkard to its York office.

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27 October

Paul Abberley (pictured) was named as new CEO of Charles Stanley

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6 November

Kleinwort Benson head of charities Gemma Woodward left the private bank just over a year after joining.

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