Appointment of Fiona Woodhouse as Brown Shipley’s Chief Risk Officer
Brown Shipley, a Quintet Private Bank, today announces the appointment of Fiona Woodhouse as Chief Risk Officer.
Fiona has over 20 years’ experience in the risk management space. She joins Brown Shipley from Quilter Investors Limited where she was Chief Risk Officer, responsible for building a new risk function. Fiona was also a member of their Executive Committee. Prior to this, she spent eight years at Henderson Global Investors where she held numerous roles before being promoted to Deputy Chief Risk Officer. Earlier in her career Fiona also spent time working for JP Morgan and PwC.
Fiona will be responsible for overseeing Brown Shipley’s risk management operations. She will also be part of the Brown Shipley Executive Committee reporting to Alan Mathewson. Fiona takes over from Kelvin Clough who has been interim Chief Risk Officer.
Commenting on the appointment, Alan Mathewson, Chief Executive Officer of Brown Shipley said, “We are thrilled to welcome Fiona to our team at Brown Shipley. She brings a wealth of experience to the position and will help to reinforce our risk management framework.”
Fiona Woodhouse added: “I am excited to be joining Brown Shipley at an important stage in its continuing growth. I look forward to joining the Executive Committee and working closely with colleagues across Brown Shipley and our parent company, Quintet Private Bank.”
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