RBC Wealth Management in the UK has promoted Ben Taylor to the role of managing director of the newly-created segment of wealth transfer and retirees, this publication can exclusively report.
The segment focuses on clients adjusting their plans and behaviours as they prepare for retirement and hand over money to future generations.
Taylor joined RBC Wealth Management, part of Royal Bank of Canada, in 2012 as a relationship manager. Before this, he worked at HSBC.
Among recent changes in the segments of the bank, RBC Wealth Management in September appointed John Younger as managing director, sales and relationship management, responsible for the business owners and entrepreneurs client segment team. Younger brought almost 25 years of industry experience to the role, including 18 years with RBC in its capital markets business in Toronto and New York. Since 2010, he has held several senior positions in industry and public service, including his role at the Bank of England as senior advisor to the Fair and Effective Markets Review. Most recently, he has acted as an advisor to a fintech start-up.