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UBS appoints private client associate director in Jersey
30/07/2018 , News Team

UBS in Jersey has appointed Philip Legrand (Chartered MCSI) as an associate director in the firm's private client team. The Swiss bank said the appointment will assist the further growth of the team’s portfolio of Jersey and UK based clients.

UBS said that Mr Legrand's technical knowledge and experience of the finance sector will assist in managing a portfolio of UK resident non-domiciled private clients. He will also be working with the established team of client advisers to look after the interests of private clients resident in Jersey and Channel Island intermediaries.

He has joined UBS with over a decade of experience in financial services. In his previous position, Mr Legrand ran a team of 12 managers for HSBC.

Michael Clarke, head of private clients, UBS Jersey, said: ‘We are delighted to welcome Philip to the private client team in Jersey as an associate director. The appointment is a reflection of our growing local wealth management business and our desire to ensure that we continue to offer our clients the best customer service on the market. Philip is a strong addition to the team and his expertise and experience will help take our business forward.’ 

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