Paul Johnson

COUTTS & Co has promoted Paul Johnson from head of sales and service development, based within Coutts' head office at 440 Strand, to managing partner for Coutts in the Thames Valley and East Anglia region, encompassing the Oxford, Reading, Milton Keynes, Cambridge and Norwich offices.

COUTTS & Co has promoted Paul Johnson from head of sales and service development, based within Coutts' head office at 440 Strand, to managing partner for Coutts in the Thames Valley and East Anglia region, encompassing the Oxford, Reading, Milton Keynes, Cambridge and Norwich offices.

Mr Johnson began his financial career with NatWest in February 1998 and joined Coutts in July 2000. Having worked in various roles to build up his knowledge of the Coutts Business; he became head of sales management in 2006 and in March 2009, head of sales and service development.

He lives in Great Milton, Oxfordshire, with his wife, Louise. He is a keen sportsman and has completed two London Marathons and the London to Paris bike ride.

Kate Turner, head of private banking at Coutts said: “We're delighted that Paul has been awarded this well deserved promotion and we wish him well in his new role, heading up these five key offices in the south. Paul has a proven background in sales management and his ongoing commitment to clients in his nine years with Coutts has ensured that we continue to provide expert advice and solutions to an increasing number of wealthy individuals.”


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Paul Johnson said: “We have seen increased demand for tailored wealth management solutions and expert advice as the economic climate has led many wealthy individuals into a flight to quality.

“It's perhaps more important now, than ever before for wealthy individuals to ensure that they are receiving the best bespoke advice available, and Coutts remains very much open for new business in this regard. I'm delighted with my promotion and I look forward to working with my new teams to ensure that we uphold our reputation as the leading private bank in these five key regions and remain passionate about providing outstanding service and support to our clients.”

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