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Rathbones appoints two investment directors

Rathbones has appointed Peter Anwyl-Harris and James Brennan as investment directors.

Anwyl-Harris joins Rathbones from Newton Investment Management, where he managed portfolios for private clients, trusts and charities. He has also previously worked for LGT Asset Management and Montagu Investment Management.

James Brennan joins the Rathbones charity team. He arrives from Baring Asset Management where he has spent four years developing the group’s charity business. Prior to Baring Asset Management, Brennan worked at Collins Stewart, CCLA Investment Management and also Coutts, where he managed charity and private client portfolios.

Investment directors Chris Ray, Jonathan Hill and Peter Lucas, working in the Jersey office, have also joined Rathbones over the past couple of months.

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