In her new role, Sandra will be responsible for the management of clients’ investments as well as providing broader wealth management advice to new and existing clients in Scotland.
Sandra joins following four years at TCAM Asset Management/Seven Investment Management where she was responsible for managing discretionary portfolios for around 100 families with a combined wealth of approximately £70 million. Prior to this, Sandra spent several years at Standard Aberdeen as a Proposition Development Analyst.
Commenting on the appointment, Paul Embleton, Head of the Edinburgh Office at Brown Shipley, said: “We are pleased to welcome Sandra to the Edinburgh team and are confident that both her investment management and wealth planning expertise will further bolster our fully integrated wealth management offering.”
Sandra Dailidyte, added: “I am delighted to join Brown Shipley at such an exciting time of growth for the business. I am particularly looking forward to working with the existing team as we continue to provide an excellent, bespoke wealth management service to cater to our clients’ needs.”
Sandra’s appointment marks a strong start to the year for Brown Shipley following a number of senior hires, including Amrendra Sinha as Head of Direct Equity in a newly created role and Richard McGregor as National Head of Court of Protection & Personal Injury
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