The latest senior moves in wealth management and legal services from across the UK, Europe and the Middle East.
Nedbank Private Wealth
Nedbank Private Wealth has added two senior manager roles in internal moves. David McFadzean will take on a new post as head of wealth management, subject to approval, and Andrew Halsall will head private banking in the Isle of Man.
Both will report to the private bank’s chief executive, Stuart Cummins. McFadzean will lead business development across the firm’s jurisdictions in the UK, Jersey, the Isle of Man and the Dubai subsidiary, focused on growing high net worth client in wealth planning, investment management and private banking services, the group said. McFadzean, who will also sit on the executive committee, joined in a senior investment role a year ago following 15 years at RBC Wealth Management.
Fifteen-year veteran of Nedbank Private Wealth, Halsall will move to leading the private banking business for the Isle of Man, and report into McFadzean. Cummins said that both moves are part of recent restructuring designed to boost the client offering across the organisation. “David will be responsible for all our client-facing teams and our investment and wealth planning specialists. I know David’s track record of successful leadership and business growth across multiple geographies will be invaluable in this role.”