Lombard Odier names MacIntyre as UK private client head

Lombard Odier Duncan MacIntSwiss private bank, Lombard Odier, has hired Duncan MacIntyre as its chief executive officer for UK private clients. The bank is expanding services, such as portfolio management and custody, in the UK market. MacIntyre joins from Coutts & Co, where he was global head of the bank’s private office, a department he founded. Prior to Coutts, he was a senior private banker at JP Morgan, which he joined from Robert Fleming & Co. MacIntyre began his career at HSBC James Capel in the private client investment management business. He will report to Henry Fischel-Bock, the managing director responsible for European private client business of the bank and chief executive officer of Lombard Odier (Europe). “The UK is an important location for private client financial services, both because of the depth of the UK market and for international clients looking for the regulatory rigour, political stability and professionalism found there,” says Fischel-Bock. Lombard Odier’s private client division manages $120 billion (€109 billion) in Europe. ©2015 funds europe

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