Schroders announces changes to responsibilities in its Wealth Management leadership team

Schroders is delighted to announce the appointment of Peter Hall as Chairman, Schroders Wealth Management and Mary-Anne Daly as Global Head of Wealth Management.

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Peter Hall will continue to oversee Schroders’ global wealth strategy and to chair the Cazenove Capital and Benchmark Capital boards.

Mary-Anne Daly retains her role as Chief Executive of Cazenove Capital, while also taking ultimate responsibility for the Wealth Management offices in the Channel Islands, Switzerland, and Singapore. She will chair the boards of Schroders Channel Islands Ltd. Schroders Bank AG, and Schroders Asia Ltd.

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In recognition of the support that he provides to Mary-Anne Daly in the daily management of Cazenove Capital, Dominic Emmerson becomes Deputy Chief Executive of Cazenove Capital, which in turn allows talented individuals in his team to step-up to support him.

Peter Harrison, Group Chief Executive Officer commented:

“One of the most important things we can do to future-proof the growth of Schroders is to recognise the industry's best talent, most diverse thinkers and to provide our people with career development opportunities.

"The success of our wealth management business over the last few years suggests the strategy is right and that we are executing well on it. I look forward to continuing to work with Peter Hall and Mary-Anne Daly in their new roles.”

For further information, please contact:

Estelle Bibby

Head of Marketing and Communications, Schroders Wealth Management

+44 20 7658 3431

Augustine Chipungu

PR Manager

+44 20 7658 2106

Laura Keeble

Marketing Manager

+44 20 7658 1615

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Founded in 1804, Schroders is one of Europe’s largest independent investment management firms by assets under management. As at 31 December 2022, assets under management were £737.5 billion (€831.3 billion; $887.2 billion). The founding family remain a core shareholder, holding approximately 44% of the firm’s shares. Schroders has continued to deliver strong financial results. It has a market capitalisation of circa £7 billion and employs over 6,100 people across 38 locations.

Schroders’ Wealth Management business, including Benchmark Capital had £98.1 billion in assets under management globally as at 31 December 2022.

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