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April 27, 2010updated 04 Apr 2017 3:54pm

Ex-Coutts team to set up multi-family office

Venture capitalist Jon Moulton and Fitness First founder Michael Balfour are among a number of high-profile London financiers backing a new wealth boutique. It has been set up by ex-Coutts banker Nathalie Dauriac-Stoebe and six private banking colleagues from the RBS-owned company.

By PBI Editorial

Venture capitalist Jon Moulton and Fitness First founder Michael Balfour are among a number of high-profile London financiers backing a new wealth boutique.

Signia Wealth already has £1bn ($1.54bn) in funds under supervision. It has been set up by ex-Coutts banker Nathalie Dauriac-Stoebe and six private banking colleagues from the RBS-owned company.

It aims to target ultra high net worth (UHNW) individuals, families, companies and trustees.

Dauriac-Stoebe was one of four founding members of the Coutts private office in 2008, focusing on UHNW clients.

Signia co-founder and former Coutts investment director Gautam Batra will be the acting chief investment officer, while Martin Wilson, another ex-Coutts private banker, has been appointed as a director and acting head of wealth structuring.

Signia is understood to be bringing institutional techniques to running money, offering both advisory and discretionary services. The multi-family office will be running portfolios on absolute return basis and will also be offering structuring and lending services.

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