Team members win awards and accolades

Four members of James Hambro & Partners’ senior team have been recognised as among the UK’s top wealth managers.

Nicola Barber, Partner and Head of Charities, James Hambro & Partners

Nicola Barber, Partner and Head of Charities

Nicola Barber, the firm’s Head of Charities, and Portfolio Manager James Horniman are ranked in the Spear’s Top Ten High Net Worth Wealth Managers.

Head of Investments John Langrish and Portfolio Manager Rosie Bullard feature in the ‘recommended’ category of the Spear’s 500 High Net Worth Wealth Managers.

All four are Partners in the firm. Chief Executive Officer Andrew Steel said: “This says a lot about the quality of our people and the services we provide.

“It represents fantastic recognition of the strategy we’ve taken from day one of attracting the best talent to the business and developing ability within it.”

The plaudits do not end there, with James Hambro and Partners  financial planning team also receiving accolades from industry peers and publications.

Danielle Feltham has been highly commended in industry journal Professional Paraplanner’s Paraplanner of the Year award, while financial planning consultant Simon Brookes is a finalist in the boutique category of Citywealth’s Private Banker/Investment Manager of the Year awards.

 

Published 1st August 2017

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