Brown Shipley hires Michelle Coulson as Client Director in London
Brown Shipley, a Quintet Private Bank, today announces the appointment of Michelle Coulson as a Client Director in the London office. Michelle will be responsible for developing new client relationships alongside leading a front office team of advisers and support colleagues. Michelle is an experienced financial services professional having worked in the industry since 1996, holding senior roles in financial planning, mortgages and most recently in wealth management. She is both QCF level 6 and MSCI Chartered qualified.
Michelle joins Brown Shipley from Coutts where she was a Director, Wealth Manager, focused on advising high net worth clients shape their financial plans in order to meet their long term objectives. Prior to this, Michelle was a Manager in Financial Planning at Grant Thornton with responsibilities for acquiring and building new client relationships. She has also worked as Mortgage Manager at Shaw Gibbs with a focus on personal and corporate business lending.
Guy Healey, Head of Private Banking said: “We are delighted to welcome Michelle to Brown Shipley, another important hire as part of our strategic growth plans. Michelle’s skill and experience will be key in supporting our existing team grow our business in London and the South East.”
Michelle Coulson said: “I’m excited to be joining Brown Shipley at such an interesting time of continued growth and development. I look forward to working with the team in London to provide clients with a fully integrated wealth management service.”
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