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5 Key Points for Standing Out in the Corporate Crowd with Toby Marsh (SH 88-93)

Rugbeian Society Webinars

Hitting the ground running in 2021, the Rugbeian Society is launching a new webinar series aimed at anyone looking for more information about how to break into their chosen industry or to pick up some tips from our community. Join us at 6pm each week online for an open discussion and live Q & A.

5 Key Points for Standing Out in the Corporate Crowd’ with Toby Marsh (SH 88-93)
20 January 2021 at 6.00pm via Microsoft Teams

 

Navigating the job market regardless of the industry can be tricky. Join us to find out more about the different routes you can take and how to stand out in a busy crowd.


Toby Marsh has over 20 years’ experience in Wealth Management, having begun his career as a Criminal Barrister. He joined JP Morgan International Bank in London, with assignments in Asia and Europe, before joining HSBC Private Bank Investment Group for 6 years, as a Director, where he built out the investment and product offering, latterly establishing a Multi-Family office business.  Toby subsequently joined Deutsche Wealth Management for 6 years, as the UK Investment COO in London, then moving to become COO of the DB UK Asset and Wealth Centre and then taking up various roles developing global products and technology, before becoming the Global Trust Solutions COO and leading its sale to Bank of Butterfield.  He joined Brewin Dolphin in H2 2018, as Head of Strategic Initiatives, focussing on M&A and delivering business led propositions. He transitioned to Chief of Staff to the CEO in June 2020, where he focusses on strategy and corporate development. He lives in Hammersmith with his family and enjoys distance running, climbing and the outdoors.

 

 

 

Please note that each webinar has a limited number of open spots, so please register your interest early to avoid disappointment.