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Discretionary asset manager appoints former UBS and Kleinwort Benson executive director to oversee international business
12/06/2018 , News Team

Ashburton Investments has appointed Tony Wilshin as managing director of its international business.
 
A director and member of its executive team since 2016 Mr Wilshin assumes responsibility for the strategic management and further enhancement of Ashburton’s international offering.

A former executive director at UBS and Kleinwort Benson prior to joining Ashburton Mr Wishin has so far notched up 27 years within the banking and financial services sector
 
“Ashburton Investments continues to evolve and Tony’s appointment marks a significant strategic decision by the stakeholders that the future leadership of the international business is in good hands,” said Boschoff Grobler, Ashburton Investments’ chief executive.
 
Based in Jersey, Ashburton Investments’ international business offers clients discretionary portfolio, and a range multi-asset and specialist investment “solutions”.

The group had over £9.1 billion of client assets under management at the end of April 2018 with offices in the Channel Islands, the UK and South Africa. 
 

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