Private Client Investment Manager Private Client Investment Manager …

Nelson Scott LLP
in London, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time, Flexible
Last application, 20 Jan 22
£60,000 to £75,000
Nelson Scott LLP
in London, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time, Flexible
Last application, 20 Jan 22
£60,000 to £75,000
Posted by:
Mike Blundell-Jones • Recruiter
Posted by:
Mike Blundell-Jones
This integrated wealth management group, with c. £6 billion of AUM with a growing network of offices across the UK as well as International offices . The Group’s vision is to become a leading global provider of trusted wealth planning and investment management solutions to clients, underpinned by investment in people and innovation in technology to support our advisers and clients. You will be CISI- Level 4 qualified as a minimum, Pref Level 6 and currently be managing a portfolio of UK private clients and have experience of managing third party funds with 5 years experience as Private Investment Manager

This is a key client-facing role, having responsibility for client investment portfolios, client relationships and for supporting the client in engagement with our financial planners.

The role manages up to 100 clients having portfolios of £250,000 or more, following our central investment model.

The role acquires new clients, primarily through working with our own Wealth Planners and Business Development managers with the role holder expected to be competent in presenting our service to potential clients and to introducers such as lawyers and other professional advisers.

The role also supports our investment strategy and business plans, through input to our Model Portfolio Committee.

The role holder is responsible for their compliance with regulatory and professional standards and for their ongoing technical competence and professional development.


To maintain the highest standards of client care, professional conduct and regulatory compliance.  

Ensure that clients for which the role holder is responsible are served and managed to the highest professional standards and in accordance with all relevant regulatory considerations.

In particular:

Ensure that clients receive an appropriate standard of service and communication.

Ensure that clients understand their investments, that the investments are suitable and that performance reviews, risk profile reviews and other client servicing activity happens at the right intervals and are conducted to the highest standards.

Deal with any ad hoc client requirements and ensure that clients maintain the highest levels of satisfaction with our service.

Follow the company’s operating policies and procedures, so that client servicing is conducted consistently and efficiently and operational risks are appropriately managed.

To manage client portfolios to the highest standards.  

Ensure that client assets are allocated to an appropriate mandate and investment model, and that any model changes are immediately implemented.

Monitor the tax implications of portfolios as agreed with clients, particularly for CGT, and ensure that these are considered when making portfolio changes; review any model exceptions which arise with the Head of Investment Strategy to agree any appropriate deviations from the model.

Liaise with Financial Planning colleagues to ensure that clients are offered appropriate advice in relation to areas such as IHT planning, pensions, succession planning and protection.

To acquire new clients and AUM.  

Grow the number of clients served by working with Wealth Planners and Business Development Managers and by making presentations to professional firms such as lawyers.

Respond to new enquiry leads generated by the firm, converting them to become new clients.

Grow AUM by encouraging clients to bring more assets to the firm, through doing an excellent job and by identifying specific opportunities such as ISAs and SIPPs.

4. Support team working across the business.

Provide input to the investment management process, by way of insights and suggestions shared with the Investment Policy Committee and Model Portfolio Committee.


Maintain and record one’s own continuous professional development relevant to the role, including a close ongoing understanding of the investment markets relevant to clients; awareness of developments in the investment industry; and a good understanding of relevant regulatory developments.




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