DPZ Capital is pleased to announce that Adrian Kemp, formerly an Investment Director at Royal Bank of Canada, has joined the firm as Managing Director of its new Wealth Management division.
Mr Kemp is DPZ Capital’s latest appointment as part of the firm’s on-going strategy to deliver consistent and measurable performance by a team of experienced and internationally regarded individuals. DPZ Capital has seen strong growth to date and Mr Kemp joins several former RBC Wealth Management colleagues on the management team, including Tim Watts, Joe Donohoe and Rohit Aluwhalia.
Mr Kemp will lead DPZ Capital’s newly established independent wealth management service which provides comprehensive investment planning, execution and reporting to high net worth individuals, family offices and fiduciaries.
On his move to DPZ Capital, Mr Kemp said ‘DPZ Capital is emerging as a dynamic and focused investment and wealth management business. It is exciting to be joining the firm at such a key time in its evolution and I am delighted to be working not only with several former colleagues, but to be leading a team of such highly experienced and skilled professionals.’
Adrian Kemp began his financial services career in 1988 working within a firm of solicitors, providing financial advice to accountants and trust practitioners. He moved to Abacus in 2003 and remained with the firm when it was acquired by Royal Bank of Canada in 2005.
Darren Zaman, Chief Executive of DPZ Capital said of his appointment, ‘Adrian is the natural choice to lead our new Wealth Management service. His technical expertise and significant industry experience will add strength and depth to the team of professionals we have already appointed and will steer our ambitious growth plans.’
Mr Kemp is a keen cricketer, cyclist and runner, having completed 11 marathons across the world, raising funds for terminally ill children.
DPZ Capital is an independent investment firm based in Jersey that provides wealth & asset management services to high net worth individuals, families, charities and institutions.