Brown Shipley Appoints Ben Lamers as Client Director in London
Brown Shipley, a Quintet Private Bank, is pleased to announce the appointment of Ben Lamers as a Client Director in the London office, reporting to Michelle Coulson. As a Client Director, Ben will be responsible for developing new client relationships alongside his team of front office advisers and support colleagues. He brings a wealth of experience in financial services including 14 years at Julius Baer International, where he was an Executive Director and Senior Private Banker, advising high net worth clients how to meet their long term financial objectives. Prior to the merger of Merrill Lynch and Julius Baer, Ben held various posts at Merrill Lynch including Vice President and Investment consultant. Between 2003 and 2006, Ben was an Independent Financial Advisor at MLP Private Finance.
Commenting on the appointment, Michelle Coulson, Client Director and Team Lead said, “We are delighted to welcome Ben to Brown Shipley. The breadth of his experience in private banking and wide range of skills will be a great addition to our growing business and the delivery of our strategy.”
Ben Lamers said, “I am excited to be joining Brown Shipley and look forward to drawing upon my experience to work alongside Michelle and the team to meet the wealth management needs of our clients.”
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