Simon Lints

Strategic Advisor

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Having graduated in 1986 from Edinburgh University with an Honours Law Degree and Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Simon started his financial career with J.P Morgan / Saudi International Bank in London, New York and the Middle East specialising in corporate finance solutions for High Net Worth, Corporate and Family Office clients. In 1994, Simon moved to Clydesdale Bank PLC (then part of the National Australia Bank group) to build the Specialised Finance Unit before being asked (in 1999) to join the board of one of Scotland’s largest privately owned companies (Strathclyde Pharmaceuticals Limited) as Business Development Director. In 2006, upon the successful growth and sale of the principal parts of that business, Simon joined UBS AG in Scotland to drive forward its Scottish wealth management business. In 2008 Simon moved to Credit Suisse in Singapore to establish and develop their UK/International private banking operation before joining Cazenove Capital Management in June 2016. The firm rebranded to Schroders Wealth Management in September 2017.  In April 2020, Simon was appointed Strategic Advisor to Raffles Family Office where he is responsible for driving the firm’s strategic expansion and business development in Asia. Simon is a GlobalScot and co-founder of the Scottish Business Association of Singapore.

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Investments

Sandstone’s Compelling Proposition for Investment in the UK Residential Student Rental Market Peter Grant founded his property business, Grant Property, in 1997 to invest for his family pension. Since then, the company has bought some 3,000 residential UK properties, all for student accommodation, with a net valuation of around GBP1 Billion today, and has done so for investors in some 40 cou....

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3.00pm - 4.00pm HKT/SGT

The Vital Future of the Relationship Manager in Asia

The premise for our Digital Dialogue discussion of July 9 is that in more normalised times, the relationship manager (RM) will continue to be central to the delivery of the enhanced capabilities and solutions in the Asian wealth management industry, particularly for the robust HNW and UHNW segmen...

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Independent Wealth

Independent Wealth Management – The Growth, Challenges and Changes Ahead A decade ago, when some of the panellists formed their own independent firms, there was little understanding of the proposition they represented, and considerable resistance from the main protagonists in the industry. Ten or more years later, the IAMs are working more collaboratively with the signif....