British wealth manager Charles Stanley has appointed four directors as part of a restructure of its private client investment management (PCIM) team.

The newly appointed directors are Jonathan Arthur, Rupert Boyle, Chris Harris-Deans and Juliet Wedderburn. 

Arthur most recently served as the head of investment management at Hanson Asset Management, while Wedderburn formerly ran her own financial services consulting business and was a partner at Above Wealth.

 The appointment of Boyle and Harris-Dean are internal promotions. Boyle has been promoted from the role of branch liaison manager, while Harris-Dean is moved from the role of director of regional development.

The new directors will manage all teams and branches within PCIM, and work with director and head of investment management Gary Teper.

In addition, Charles Stanley also launched a dedicated private client services team, which will be led by Charles Stanley head of private client investment management Harriet Griffin.

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The firm also launched a new private client committee that will comprise six investment managers from across the firm.

“We believe this restructure will enable us to provide a more comprehensive, cohesive service to our investment managers, which in turn will further support our private client base,” Teper said.