Farquhar joined the firm at the beginning of the year to drive sales in the UK retail division. He previously worked at Lifetime where he was responsible for the investment proposition of Norwich Union’s open architecture wrap platform.
The firm says it is currently working on a number of projects in the IFA space and expects to unveil details of these over the coming weeks and months but could not confirm Farquhar’s replacement.
A spokesman for the company said: “London & Capital’s core business is as a high net worth wealth manager and it believes the IFA market represents an important opportunity going forward. Their objectives remain the same, regardless of Jamie’s departure.”