20 November 2020

Senior investment manager joins JM Finn

JM Finn is delighted to announce that Jonathan Marsh has joined the firm as a senior investment manager.


Jonathan has over 25 years of experience managing private client portfolios as well as trusts, pensions and small charities, initially at Raphael Zorn Hemsley and latterly at Investec.

Steven Sussman, CEO of JM Finn commented: “We are delighted a person of Jonathan’s experience has agreed to join our team.”

After nearly 10 years in the British Army serving with the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, Jonathan started his career in the City at Raphael Zorn Hemsley in 1993. He was subsequently head hunted to join Matheson Investment Management in 1998 and after various takeovers, ended up at Investec, before moving to JM Finn in 2020.

Jonathan manages private client portfolios including trusts, pensions and small charities. He has acted as trustee and executor for clients and places great importance in getting to know clients to understand their needs and attitude to risk.

He lives in Suffolk and is married with three children and when not working, he enjoys playing tennis rather badly, country sports and beekeeping. He also runs the annual village quiz night in support of the local playground.

Jonathan started on the 16th November and will be based in JM Finn’s London office, although will be working remotely for the foreseeable future.

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