RBC Wealth Management, part of Royal Bank of Canada, has made four London-based senior appointments to provide additional traction to its business’ client segment strategy.
Priya Sriskantharajah and Sharon Templeman join its corporate executives client segment team as directors from Lloyds Banking Group and Smith & Williamson respectively. Jakub Brogowski and Matthew Hunter join the business owners and entrepreneurs team as a director and associate director respectively from RBC Capital Markets and Lloyds Banking Group.
The new recruits will help provide an integrated relationship management service for strategic clients in these two segments, identifying their individual needs and offering advice on an ongoing basis and report to Ross Jennings, a RBC Wealth Management managing director for sales and relationship management.
“By attracting talent to RBC that goes beyond wealth management and spans investment banking and capital markets we continue to expand both the depth and breadth of our client coverage capabilities,” said Mr Jennings.
Ms Sriskantharajah spent 13 years with Lloyd’s Banking Group, most recently as global relationship lead (motor retail), where she played a prominent role in transaction-based work and on new business origination.
Ms Templeman has over twenty years’ experience in investment structuring and has previously advised resident and non-domiciled private clients from Europe and the US on their personal and cross-border tax positions.
A corporate finance and capital markets professional, Mr Brogowski has spent fifteen years working in investment banking across EMEA and North America covering energy markets, the last six of which were at RBC Capital Markets as a senior member of its European energy team.
Mr Hunter spent six years within Lloyds’ wealth management operation.