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Brown Advisory expands London team with GAM hire

Brown Advisory expands London team with GAM hire

Brown Advisory has hired Nick Andjel from GAM to be a private client portfolio manager.

In his new role, Nick Andjel will be tasked with managing bespoke discretionary investment portfolios for the investment firm’s UK and international private clients.

Andjel (pictured) will work out of the firm’s London office.

Whilst at GAM, Andjel was portfolio director and responsible for the management of private client, charity and trust portfolios.

Prior to joining GAM, he was a portfolio manager at SG Hambros (formerly Baring Asset Management) and he was assistant vice president at Barclays Wealth.

‘Nick has considerable experience gained at leading investment houses and we look forward to welcoming him to our private client team,’ said Logie Fitzwilliams, partner and head of international business at Brown Advisory.

He added that the number of private clients that the firm looks after in its London office has increased and that he anticipates a continued expansion of the team and its services over the coming months.

This latest hire follows the recent appointments of Nicholas Taylor and James Tussaud, who joined the firm earlier this month, who will also be managing bespoke discretionary investment portfolios for both UK and international private clients.

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