A number of the recruits previously worked at Credit Suisse. The business operates from London, Gibraltar and Dubai.
Plurimi Group, the international wealth management house with offices in London, Dubai and Gibraltar, has hired a raft of new team members in recent months.
Starting on 1 July, the business appointed David Witzer as chief operating officer. Prior to this, he was COO, chief risk officer and chief compliance officer at Rogge Global Partners Limited.
James Anderson joined Plurimi in November 2019 as director of talent acquisition. He has worked for the past 24 years in executive search within private wealth management. Prior to his career as a headhunter, he was a private banker at Merrill Lynch for 10 years.
Martin Ash joined as a partner, based in London, having previously worked at Credit Suisse. He has 15 years’ experience across UK and European resident non-dom markets.
Plurimi has appointed Nilesh Shah as a partner, reporting to Fahad Khan, London CEO. Shah has had over 20 years’ experience within the wealth management industry as a private banker within the Credit Suisse group, with strong Middle East and African region experience.
The firm has also hired Oxana Belousova as a partner. Prior to that, she spent five years with Kleinwort Hambros Bank in London as head of Eastern Europe and global segment co-ordinator for Russia and CIS. She has more than 15 years of experience in private banking and wealth management gained with major financial institutions, including Societe Generale and Coutts.
Plurimi’s Dubai business has hired Taimur Satti from Julius Baer as a managing director. Taimur Satti has been a senior private banker in the Middle East for over a decade.