Barclays Private Bank appoints Head of Charities and Asset Consultant Relationships
Nandu Patel has been appointed Head of Charities and Asset Consultant Relationships for Barclays Private Bank in the UK.
Based in London, Patel will drive the Charities, Not-For-Profit and Asset Consultant proposition and will be responsible for building, managing and growing relationships with asset consultants as well as charities and not-for-profits. Based in London, he will report to Lisa Francis, Head of the UK and Crown Dependencies, Barclays Private Bank.
Patel has over 34 years’ experience in financial services and wealth management and joins Barclays from Rothschild & Co where he spent 10 years, most recently as UK Head of Charities. Additional experience includes a 20-year stint with Morgan Stanley, where he worked with non-resident Indian, UK and European private clients, small sized money managers and UK charities.
Patel is a trustee of a UK registered charity and has recently been appointed to the Board of Philanthropy Impact.
Lisa Francis, Head of the UK and Crown Dependencies, Barclays Private Bank, says: “I’m so pleased to welcome Nandu to the Private Bank UK team to further develop our Charities, Not-For-Profit and Asset Consultant proposition. These are key areas for our business and I look forward to working closely with Nandu to continue growing our relationships with asset consultants as well as charities and not-for-profits in our home market.”
Patel adds: “I am excited to be joining a leading private bank in the UK and look forward to being part of a team with over 60 years’ experience of working in partnership with charities and not-for-profits across the UK and internationally."