Tilney Smith & Williamson continues Surrey expansion with Rayhan Ghandi appointment
2nd August 2021
Tilney Smith & Williamson, the leading wealth management and professional services group which looks after £52 billion for its clients, has appointed Rayhan Ghandi as an Investment Manager based in its Guildford office as part of its continued expansion in Surrey.
Rayhan joins Tilney Smith & Williamson from Charles Stanley where he started as a Finance Assistant in 2013 and was subsequently promoted to Investment Manager. He provides comprehensive investment management services for HNW individuals, families and institutions and holds the Level 7 Chartered Wealth Manager designation from the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment.
Rayhan’s appointment follows the recent announcement that Tilney Smith & Williamson has expanded its presence at Onslow House in the heart of Guildford following the re-location of teams, including 30 staff who joined the firm following the acquisition of HFS Milbourne in March 2021, from two other office sites in the city. The group now has more than 100 people from both its wealth management and professional services businesses co-located at the Guildford office.
Lisa Henderson, Partner at Tilney Smith & Williamson commented: “I am delighted to welcome Rayhan to our Guildford office. Rayhan’s experience and expertise will be a great asset to the team as we continue to expand our presence in the South East region.”
Rayhan added: “I am very pleased to have joined Tilney Smith & Williamson. We have a strong reputation, are growing assets and offer a service to clients that is unparalleled to other firms in the industry. Tilney Smith & Williamson’s holistic, multi-disciplinary approach to wealth management means that clients have access to a broad range of in-house expertise, including investment management, financial planning, tax and accountancy services. I look forward to collaborating with my esteemed colleagues in the Guildford branch, many of whom are leaders in their chosen field, and we hope to continue consolidating our established and dominant position in the South East region.”