‘My clients are typically UK or Irish residents who are selfmade, worldly and very wealthy individuals looking for sound and practical advice on managing their wealth,’ says Giles Crowe. A senior private banker at Citi since 2005, he focuses on the UK onshore and offshore UHNW market. His 30-year career has included spells at Coutts, Merrill Lynch, and Barclays Private Bank. Although he has seen some ‘Brexit overhang’, he also sees London’s place remaining central in terms of servicing European and Middle Eastern wealth. He’s more concerned by uncertainty around the proposed changes to non-dom tax rules which were due to take effect from 6 April but were removed from the Finance Bill, only to be reinstituted later.