Brown Shipley strengthens credit team with new lending hire in London office

Brown Shipley, experts in wealth planning, investment management and lending, is pleased to announce the appointment of Gerry Maguire as Lending Client Director who will be based in Brown Shipley’s London office.

With over 30 years’ of experience, Gerry will focus on growing Brown Shipley’s lending book as well as using his wealth of expertise to support existing clients.

The appointment is part of the business’ wider strategy to expand its credit team, as it looks to hire additional experts across the UK to further strengthen its lending offering.

Gerry joins following 13 years at Adam & Company where he was most recently a Relationship Management Director responsible for growth in client assets and liabilities and business development. Prior to this he was a Private Banking Manager at Allied Irish Bank for several years, as well as holding a number of positions at Lloyds Bank.

Gerry is also a regulated mortgage adviser and member of the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investments.

Commenting on the appointment, Richard Stubbs, Head of Lending at Brown Shipley, said: “We are delighted to welcome Gerry. With several decades of experience, I am confident that he will prove integral to both the London team and our business more broadly as we look to grow our lending book and further bolster our credit offering.”

Gerry Maguire added: “I am pleased to be joining Brown Shipley at a time of exciting growth for the business and look forward to working with the team to continue to provide a bespoke wealth management service to clients.”

Gerry’s appointment follows a number of strategic hires across the fully integrated business since the start of the year, including Sandra Dailidyte, Client Senior Manager in the Edinburgh office, and Cyrique Bourbon, Asset Allocation Strategist in the London office. Brown Shipley also announced the appointment of Rory Tapner as new Chair of the Board of Directors last month.

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