Tim is responsible for all operational areas within the firm and is a member of the Risk and CASS Committees, Executive Board and is the firm’s designated client money officer. Tim also attends the firm's Advisory Group.
Tim first started in the industry in 1984 at a regional stockbroker. Having moved to Leeds in 1991, Tim was one of the first employees of Dealwise, undertaking postal and telephone execution share-dealing of privatisation shares. Dealwise was sold by Wise Speke in 1996 to Skipton Building Society, who in turn sold this to TD Investor Services in 2000. Leaving TD in 2001, Tim then spent three years at Fyshe Horton Finney before joining Redmayne Bentley as Head of Operations in 2005.
Mark joined the firm in 2011 as Head of Regulation/Compliance, having held a variety of senior sales management and compliance roles previously with a leading life assurer, a large IFA Network, a significant building society group and also a brief sojourn at the regulator.
Mark is now Director of Regulation and a member of the Executive Board and represents the firm on the PIMFA’s Regulatory Committee. He is also a member of Redmayne Bentley's Audit, CASS and Remuneration Committees, and chairs the Conduct Risk Committee. Mark also attends the firm's Advisory Group.
Jean joined of Redmayne Bentley as Director of Organisational Development in April 2008 with responsibility for HR, training and organisational development. In September, she joined the newly-formed Executive Board and serves on the Remuneration Committee and the Conduct and Regulation Committee.
Jean initially worked with the firm from 2005 to 2008 as a consultant, helping it achieve the Investors in People Standard and advising the partners on strategy and business planning.
Before joining the firm, Jean had over 20 years of private and public sector management experience as a lecturer, business development manager, head of a college business and management dept and as a business adviser and consultant. Her company was a recognised national provider of training for the Law Society and an accredited centre for the Institute of Leadership and Management. Jean put in place structures and resources to help firms manage change and grow their business, improve efficiency, introduce performance management techniques and meet regulatory requirements.
Paul joined the firm in 2014 as Financial Controller having worked at one of the UK’s largest financial advisory groups. He is a Chartered Management Accountant and has spent his entire career to date working within the financial services industry.
Paul is now Director of Finance and a member of the Executive Board. He is responsible for the Finance & Payroll, Accounts, Reconciliations, Risk and Facilities departments within the firm and is a member of the Risk Oversight, CASS and Audit Committees.
James is based at the firm’s Leeds head office in Bond Court, and has responsibility for investment management and research as well as sponsoring and leading business change across the group. He joined Redmayne Bentley from KPMG, where he was Head of Equity Research in their Investment Advisory division and advised large corporate pension schemes on their investments.
Before joining KPMG, the Chartered Wealth Manager spent nearly seven years as a UK Equity Manager for the West Yorkshire Pension Fund, managing around £500m of UK equities. Ahead of the move to institutional fund management, James spent the formative part of his career in the private client investment management industry with Rathbone Investment Management.
In addition to his managerial responsibilities, James is also head of Redmayne Bentley’s Strategic Asset Allocation Committee.
James has an MBA with Distinction from the University of Leeds and is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment with over 15 years of institutional and private client investment management experience.
Phil is Director of Stockbroking, a member of the firm’s Executive Board, Risk Management Committee and Advisory Group and plays an active role in general change management.
Phil joined Redmayne Bentley in 1995 as a placement student, returning in 1997 after graduating from University. Following the dot com boom of the late 90’s, he started the Premier Dealing service for active clients in 2001, moving on to become Head of Dealing in 2005.
Damien joined Redmayne Bentley's Chislehurst branch as a trainee stockbroker in 1993. He soon passed the registered representative examination, enabling him to work on the execution-only desk as a stockbroker. Business increased, which led to the office being relocated to its current premises in Locksbottom. Damien progressed to the proactive dealing desk in 1996, and in 1998 took the position of dealing room manager. The office continued to expand, and by 2000 it was the largest location within the Redmayne Bentley network. In 2002 Damien was promoted to head of office and assumed greater responsibilities when the Locksbottom office became part of Redmayne Bentley's head office in 2003.
Over the years, Damien's role has developed and expanded significantly, covering many areas of the business. He currently has the dual role of head of office for the Locksbottom office and Director of IT for the firm. In addition, Damien is a member of the firm's Executive Board, where his responsibilities include operational matters as well as business strategy and planning.
Nick started his career in the industry in 1990, just a year prior to joining Redmayne Bentley in September 1991 as an associate stockbroker in the Chislehurst (now Locksbottom) office. He became an employee of Redmayne Bentley in 2002, joining the firm’s senior management team six years later in 2008. Nick became a member of the firm’s Operating Board in 2011.
Nick plays a key role in Redmayne Bentley’s on-going growth and expansion strategy and had direct involvement in managing the acquisition and integration of the private client business of SP Angel in 2007. He has been involved in the opening of new regional branches, including the firm’s first overseas office in Ireland in 2009. Nick is based in, and is head of, the London office.