SPW boosts regional presence with hires in Northern Ireland

Schroders Personal Wealth (SPW) has hired two Personal Wealth Advisers as it looks to expand into Northern Ireland as part of its long-term regional growth strategy.

Monday, 3rd May 2021, 6:00 am
Mark Duckworth, Chief Executive, Schroders Personal Wealth

Pamela Wilson and Steven Crothers have recently joined the business and will be focusing on bringing financial advice services to those in Northern Ireland

Pamela joins SPW from Moore Stephens Financial Services (NI) LTD where she worked as a consultant giving independent wealth management advice to private and corporate clients. Prior to that Pamela held roles at Danske Bank, Prudential and McClure Watters Chartered Accountants and has over 25 years’ of financial services experience.

Before joining SPW, Steven spent six years working as a Wealth Management Partner at True Potential in Belfast advising high net worth clients. Prior to this he worked as a Private Wealth Adviser at Lloyds Bank Private Banking for almost 10 years. Steven has almost 30 years’ experience in financial services and has also held roles at Santander and Allied Dunbar.

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Mark Duckworth, Chief Executive, Schroders Personal Wealth said: “These new hires are an important step in SPW’s long-term regional growth strategy to widen our offering to other parts of the UK. Pamela and Steven will play a pivotal role in establishing our presence in Northern Ireland and delivering our goal of giving more advice to more clients across the regions.”

Donald Gateley, Regional Director of Scotland & Northern Ireland at Schroders Personal Wealth added: “We are pleased to have attracted individuals of this calibre to the business. Expanding our presence to Northern Ireland will ensure that our clients can benefit from a more personal and local experience, allowing them to develop strong relationships with our advisers and support teams within the region.”

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