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Barings strengthens private clients division

Barings asset management is making two appointments to its private clients team.

Quintin Ings-Chambers joins as director leading business development for the team in London and Guernsey. This follows Max Edwards’ recent appointment as assistant director for business development and client service.

Ings-Chambers joins with over ten years of investment experience from Rensburg Sheppards where he worked as senior investment director.

Edwards joins from UBS Wealth Management where he worked within the intermediary team.

Barings head of private clients John Maitland comments: “These appointments follow the addition of Lynne Pellegrini to our business development team based in Guernsey earlier this year. The strengthening of this team underlines our commitment to growing our private client business by providing innovative investment solutions backed up by excellent service and strong investment performance.”


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