Hampden & Co adds Banking Director at London office, sees overall headcount increase by 22 per cent in 2022

Left to right are John Glanville and Mark Prentice of Hampden & Co

UK PRIVATE bank Hampden & Co has appointed John Glanville as a Banking Director in its London office. He will report to Mark Prentice, Head of Banking, and will work alongside the banking teams in Edinburgh and London.

Glanville joins from Kleinwort Hambros where he spent more than 10 years, most recently as a private banker in the ultra high net worth team. He will provide clients with a bespoke banking service including day-to-day banking, deposits, and a range of tailored borrowing products. The bank continues to benefit from strong demand for its broad mortgage suite, including retirement, buy-to-let, self-build, and multi-property products.

In line with growing client numbers and strong financial performance, Hampden & Co continued to add to its banking, senior management, and support teams throughout 2022. This included Kevin Eagles, Gill Sanders, and Alistair Macpherson as Banking Directors, Hannah Berridge as Head of Professional Partnerships, and Jon Peake as CFO. The bank now has 125 employees, with headcount up 22 per cent in 2022.

Mark Prentice, Head of Banking at Hampden & Co, said: “We are delighted to welcome John to Hampden & Co. He brings extensive knowledge of private banking and has a proven track-record of building trusted relationships with clients, managing their wealth and supporting their banking needs”.

John Glanville, Banking Director at Hampden & Co, adds:It’s an exciting time to be joining Hampden & Co as the bank continues to experience significant demand from a broad range of clients, professional intermediaries and mortgage introducers. I look forward to meeting clients and to helping them achieve their goals.”

For its H1 2022 results, Hampden & Co reported total income up 47 per cent year-on-year. Deposits increased 21 per cent to £731 million and loans and advances 14 per cent to £434 million. Its portfolio lending service, which enables clients of wealth managers to borrow against investment portfolios, grew 40% year-on-year.

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