Peter Mitchell joins Smith & Williamson as its new head of banking

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Smith & Williamson, the accountancy and investment management group, is pleased to announce that Peter Mitchell has joined as its new head of banking, ahead of Neil Cullum’s planned retirement on 23rd July 2014.

Peter joins the firm from CAF Bank, where he was Chief Executive Officer. He is a professionally qualified banker with over 30 years of experience in the financial services industry, and has worked across all the main areas of retail banking, including the personal, corporate and international business sectors.

Peter commented: “I’m excited to be joining Smith & Williamson. The emphasis of my career has always been strongly focused on delivering the highest levels of service and quality for the client’s experience, and Smith & Williamson’s culture and ethos is an excellent fit for this.” 

Neil Cullum added: “I am delighted that Peter will be taking over from me on my retirement; I cannot think of a better person to be handing the baton over to.”

David Cobb, co-chief executive of Smith & Williamson, said: “We are very pleased to have Peter joining us. His huge wealth of experience will make a valuable asset to the firm and we look forward to him carrying on Neil’s excellent work.”

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