Brown Shipley hires Shanti Kelemen as Investment Director into growing Investment Office
Brown Shipley, experts in wealth planning
, investment management
, is pleased to announce the appointment of Shanti Kelemen as Investment Director.
In this newly created role, Shanti will report to Toby Vaughan
, Chief Investment Officer, Brown Shipley. Shanti will play a crucial role in helping further develop Brown Shipley’s investment proposition. She will work closely with Toby Vaughan on a variety of areas including the management of discretionary portfolio models, investment process and investment communication.
Shanti has extensive experience across the investment industry, most recently as a Portfolio Manager and Director at Coutts. In addition, she has experience across various financial sectors over her 11 year career, with time spent in investment banking and asset management, with a particular focus on derivatives. Shanti’s experience comes from several years at firms including the Royal Bank of Scotland and Boston Capital. She holds qualifications from the FCA and has a Management MSc from the London School of Economics.Commenting on the appointment, Toby Vaughan, Chief Investment Officer, Brown Shipley said:
“We are absolutely delighted to announce the appointment of Shanti Kelemen as Investment Director. This is another important appointment we have made into the team and Shanti brings a breadth of experience not just in investment management but also the wider financial sector. She will play a key role in further enhancing our investment proposition for clients.”Shanti Kelemen added:
“I am excited to be joining Brown Shipley at such a critical time of growth for the business. I look forward to working with my new colleagues to further enhance our investment offering for clients.”
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