Brooks Macdonald deputy chief moves to international role

Pedro Gonçalves
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Brooks Macdonald has announced deputy chief executive Andrew Shepherd now also will head the investment manager's Channel Islands-based international business as part of a development plan for the unit. He replaces Darren Zaman, who has decided to leave the Channel Islands-based business after five years in charge. Shepherd will become chief executive of Brooks Macdonald International (BMI) from 1 April and will be based in Jersey full time. He has been at the firm for 17 years and will also chair the boards of the two legal entities within International.   Departing CEO Zaman joined ...

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