Tilney, a British wealth manager, has bolstered its Belfast team with the appointments of Simon Martin, Alison Dean, and Chris McVeigh.

Having worked at Tilney for three years as a financial planner, Martin will now become the director of financial planning at the firm.

Martin previously had stints at Danske Bank, UBS as well as Lloyds Private Banking.

Dean will serve as a financial planner at Tilney. She joins from Davy Private Clients, where she held the role of a private client adviser.

Earlier, she worked as an independent financial adviser at Danske.

McVeigh will serve as a managing partner at Tilney. He most recently was the director of business banking at Ulster Bank, where he worked for 22 years.

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Tilney head of region for Scotland and Northern Ireland Paul Frame said: “These new appointments are a further indication of our commitment to providing expert financial planning and investment management services for the people of Northern Ireland.

“Both Alison and Chris are highly experienced and bring a huge wealth of expertise to our team and I am delighted to welcome them to the business.”

Last year, Tilney set up its new office at Imperial House, Belfast. The launch was said to be in response to the firm’s increasing client base in Northern Ireland.

Notably, last month, Tilney inked a £625m deal to buy Smith & Williamson.