Jewson’s journey began as a director at Carter Allen before he founded Jewson Associates, an investment consultancy working in the charity sector, in 1991. Stanhope Capital bought the firm in 2011, making him a partner and head of its charities division, overseeing assets in London and Geneva worth £4.6 billion. Another drive for charity money saw him poached by Waverton earlier this year. His move to Waverton, which rebranded from JO Hambro Investment Management in 2014, will certainly beef up its charity offering. At the time, his new boss, James Pike, said the hire represented ‘our ongoing commitment to the charity sector and the sophistication of Waverton’s value proposition’, as well as the opportunity to ‘bring experience and a fresh outlook to our strategy’.