Brown Shipley appoints Gary Rusby as Business Development Manager for the East Midlands

Brown Shipley, experts in wealth planning, investment management and lending, is pleased to announce the appointment of Gary Rusby as Business Development Manager for the East Midlands.

Gary has a breadth of experience in business development, sales and marketing across the financial sector having spent 11 years as Head of Trading and Business Development for GHC Capital Markets Limited, a regional investment management firm, as well as having spent time running a local financial adviser.

Commenting on the appointment, James Garman, Head of Nottingham at Brown Shipley said: “I am thrilled to welcome Gary to the team. His skill and experience will help raise our profile in the region, and help us develop meaningful long term relationships with professionals including Solicitors, Accountants and intermediaries throughout the area.”

Gary Rusby adds: “I’m excited to join Brown Shipley at a time of strategic growth for the business and to use my expertise to partner with key organisations in order to best meet client needs.”

This new appointment is the latest in a series of strategic senior hires at Brown Shipley following the appointment of David Scammell as Fixed Income & Macro Strategist, Amish Patel as Senior Equity Analyst and Gerry Maguire as Lending Client Director.

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