Quilter Cheviot, the London-based discretionary fund manager owned by Old Mutual Wealth, has signed up to a partnership deal with the Federation of European Independent Financial Advisers, the UK-based trade association for IFAs in Europe.
Quilter Cheviot joins such other asset managers as Blackrock, Cavendish Corporate Investments, GAM, Marlborough International and Kreston (IoM), Nova Wealth, Tilney, Prudential International and VAM Funds in becoming a so-called “Bronze Partner” with FEIFA, according to Paul Stanfield, pictured, who heads up the organisation.
Other categories of membership, which are based on service levels in return for fees, include basic Affiliates, Business Partners, and Silver, Gold and Platinum partners.
Quilter Cheviot’s relationship with FEIFA members will be headed up by Allie McMahon, business development manager, and the European business will be managed by dedicated investment manager Francis Clayton, both of whom are based in Quilter Cheviot’s Jersey office.
In addition to London and Jersey, Quilter Cheviot has offices in Dublin and across the UK, as well as a representative office in Dubai. It claims to have more than 40,000 clients, with more than £21.8bn in assets under management.