This news service extends its condolences to Mr Marshall's family, friends and former colleagues.
Jeremy Marshall, a chief executive of C Hoare & Co, the private bank, from April 2009 to the same month of 2016, has died. He was the first non-family CEO of the bank and was a driving force in developing its strategy.
Joining the venerable UK bank from Credit Suisse, where he had worked for a total of 22 years, Mr Marshall stepped down from his CEO role at C Hoare & Co in 2016 because of ill health.
“As the first non-family CEO of the bank, he played a crucial role in developing the bank's strategy and activities. He was a shining example of the bank’s values, a loyal friend, and an excellent banker,” the firm said in a statement.
Mr Marshall, is survived by his wife, Jeanette, and by his three children, Naomi, Nathaniel and Samuel.
In former roles, he led Credit Suisse’s UK private bank for seven years until leaving his post in October 2008. Mr Marshall began his career at Barclays and worked at Bank of Montreal prior to joining Credit Suisse. He graduated with an MA in history from the University of Cambridge. Mr Marshall was born in 1963.
This publication extends its condolences to Mr Marshall’s family, friends, and former colleagues at this sad time.