Hugo Bedford

Chief Executive Officer

Tel: 020 3207 3362

Joined JM Finn: 2006


Hugo is Chief Executive and a board member of JM Finn. 

With 30 years of investment industry experience Hugo has worked in Private Client Investment Management all his working life, starting his career at James Capel back in 1992. He is a chartered member of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment having achieved the Securities Institute Diploma with papers on institutional investment advice, private client investment advice and regulation & compliance.

He joined JM Finn in 2006 from HSBC where he ran the High Net Worth Desk in the Investment Management Division. Prior to taking up the CEO role at JM Finn in 2021, he looked after over £460 million of client assets and had oversight for sixteen investment managers with total assets under management and administration of over £3 billion. He was recommended in The Spear's 500 2019 & 2020 editions and named ‘Outstanding in Field’ in the former and a “distinguished individual” in the latter.

He holds a 2:1 degree in Economics and Politics from Durham University. Married to Charlotte, they have twin boys and a daughter and live in North Hampshire. He is an avid fisherman, enjoys walking and has recently taken up open water swimming. He also plays cricket and still turns out for JM Finn’s Stockbroker Cup eleven as well as his local village side.

Hugo Bedford is based in our London office

JM Finn
4 Coleman Street

Articles by Hugo Bedford

As we start moving our default working location from home to the office, albeit with a greater measure of flexibility, there is a shared sense of excitement across our London based staff for our new…

Writing this from the office, it seems as if we are now entering a new chapter and one we must be thankful for. Whilst the City of London stills seems quiet, the most recent easing of restrictions has…

As I write, it certainly feels that spring is upon us.  Not only are the evenings getting lighter and the buds are appearing in the garden, but there is light at the end of the lockdown tunnel.