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Credit Suisse hires four from Barclays as part of UK growth plans
10/08/2018 , Tristan Blythe, Editorial Director

Credit Suisse has hired three directors and one vice president as part of its UK growth plans, thewealthnet has learnt. All four join from Barclays.

Francesca Speroni becomes a director and team leader UK. Ms Speroni was previously a director in the family office team at Barclays. Before this she was a director at Rothschild.

Kanu Khare, who becomes a director and head of investment consulting, was previously a director and investment consultant at Barclays since 2016, and before that an executive director in the equity solutions group at Goldman Sachs Private Wealth Management.

Keshav Khanna joins as a director and relationship manager. He had previously been with Barclays as a private banker since 2012. Before this Mr Khanna was a vice president at Merrill Lynch.

Alex Stott becomes a vice president and relationship manager. Mr Stott was a vice president at Barclays in its key clients and family office team since 2011. Prior to this he was an analyst at Goldman Sachs Private Wealth Management.

A source close to the matter, told thewealthnet that Credit Suisse plans more hires to its London office throughout the rest of 2018. It said that there was a “strong pipeline” and the UK is a focus for the bank as the “strategic pivot towards wealth management continues to bear fruit.”


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