Evelyn Partners strengthens investment management team with key recruit Jonathan Badcoe

Leading UK wealth manager Evelyn Partners has added a high-calibre appointment to its investment management business. Jonathan Badcoe Chartered FCSI joins as Investment Manager and will focus primarily on advisory clients at Evelyn Partners’ London offices.

Jonathan Badcoe
Published: 29 Sept 2022 Updated: 05 Oct 2022

Jonathan has been managing money on behalf of private clients, corporate mandates and charity accounts in the City of London for the last 15 years, at firms including Investec and JP Morgan.

During more than a decade at Investec Wealth and Management, as Investment Director he was responsible for managing multi-asset portfolios for high net worth clients and trusts – as well as charity and corporate mandates. Helping clients to identify and achieve their financial plans and goals, Jonathan was also a member of the ESG investment team.

Sam Coppin, Managing Partner at Evelyn Partners, says: ‘We are delighted to have Jonathan join our investment advisory team as we look to build on our growing market share in this space.

‘Jonathan has significant private client experience across discretionary and advisory mandates and he joins us at an exciting time for the business with the launch of our new combined, client propositions.

‘Having someone of Jonathan’s knowledge and experience join is a big boost for our London team.’

Jonathan Badcoe adds: ‘I am delighted to join the UK’s leading integrated wealth management and professional services group. Evelyn Partners has a rich history of providing high quality advice and outstanding levels of service to its many clients through its unrivalled service offering across personal wealth, tax, accountancy and wider professional services.

‘Recent market events continue to highlight the importance of good advice tailored to individual circumstances. I am looking forward to working, together with my new colleagues, to help clients old and new navigate through these challenging times and achieve their financial goals.’