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RBC Wealth Management recruits from Credit Suisse for senior London role
15/05/2018 , News Team

RBC Wealth Management, part of Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), has appointed Fiona Lucas as managing director, relationship management, in its London office.
 
In her newly created role, Ms Lucas will be responsible for driving the overall performance of client teams within the sales and relationship management division and further expanding the firm’s network of relationships within the advisory community. She will report to Ross Jennings, head, sales and relationship management, RBC Wealth Management – International.

Ms Lucas brings over 20 years of experience in the private banking and wealth management industries, most recently as director, private banking at Credit Suisse. Prior to that, she worked for Barclays Wealth and Lloyds TSB, in London and Hong Kong.

The firm said that Ms Lucas’s appointment further supports RBC Wealth Management’s client segmentation-driven strategy, focused on serving clients across three primary groups: business owners and entrepreneurs; corporate executives; and multi-family offices.

RBC Wealth Management has C$938 billion of assets under administration, C$651 billion of assets under management and more than 4,800 financial consultants, advisers, private bankers, and trust officers around the world.

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