Signia seizes former Deloitte wealth adviser
Signia Wealth, the multi-client family office opened by former Coutts employee and French heiress Nathalie Dauriac-Stoebe, has hired a new director of wealth structuring from Deloitte
Carnegie Smyth, formerly responsible for wealth structuring for private clients in Deloitte’s entrepreneurial division, is the latest addition to Dauriac Stoebe’s growing wealth management boutique.
He started with Signia on 10 January 2011, reporting to Martin Wilson, head of wealth structuring at the firm.
His responsibilities include giving clients tax advice and developing new business opportunities.
Smyth worked for Deloitte for five years. In 2007, he qualified as a chartered tax accountant, when he won a national prize for gaining the highest mark in the country.
He is the latest of 20 new hires since Signia was FSA-authorised in March 2010.
Recently, the business moved offices from the City to Marble Arch to accommodate its growth.