At SCPB, Shaw will take on a senior role as a fiduciary specialist, providing wealth advisory services to new and existing clients with an emphasis on new business development.
The position is a new one at SCPB, and was created to meet Standard Chartered’s strategy of growing its wealth advisory business, as well as to meet an increasing demand from clients in the emerging market regions in which the bank has significant operations, including Asia, Africa and the Middle East, according to Shaw.
Shaw, who is originally from Zimbabwe, had been the London-based group head of wealth planning for the Global Wealth Planning Solutions arm of SG Hambros. The company is currently recruiting for his replacement.
As reported, SG Hambros has also recently lost its chief investment officer, Martin O’Hare, who has gone to Signia Wealth as managing director and head of investment solutions.