Brown Shipley has appointed Michelle Coulson as a client director in its London office.
Coulson’s responsibilities will include developing new client relationships alongside a front office team of advisers and support colleagues.
Since 1996, Coulson has worked in the financial services industry holding roles in financial planning, mortgages and wealth management. She is qualified in both QCF level 6 and MSCI Chartered.
Coulson was most recently employed at Coutts where she was a director, wealth manager, focusing on advising high net worth clients.
Prior to this, Coulson was at Grant Thornton as a manager in financial planning, where her responsibilities were to acquire and build new client relationships. Additionally, she worked at Shaw Gibbs as a mortgage manager, focusing on personal and corporate business lending.
Private Banking head, Guy Healey, said: “We are delighted to welcome Michelle to Brown Shipley, another important hire as part of our strategic growth plans. Michelle’s skill and experience will be key in supporting our existing team grow our business in London and the South East.”
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Coulson said: “I’m excited to be joining Brown Shipley at such an interesting time of continued growth and development. I look forward to working with the team in London to provide clients with a fully integrated wealth management service.”
Quintet Private Bank Brown Shipley offers financial advice and services in wealth planning, investment management and lending.
Brown Shipley has offices in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Cambridge, Leeds, Edinburgh Norwich and Nottingham.