May 03rd 2022

Artorius announces the appointment of Rosalyn Breedy as Non-Executive Director

Artorius Wealth Limited is pleased to announce the appointment of Rosalyn Breedy as an independent non-executive director with immediate effect.

Rosalyn is a Corporate, Funds and Financial Services lawyer and Head of Funds and Private Wealth at Simons Muirhead Burton LLP. She has 30 years of experience working in private practice, investment banking and at a multi-family office. Rosalyn has a particular interest in financial regulation, and financial policy work alongside ESG, diversity and inclusion and she regularly writes and speaks on these matters.

Over her career, Rosalyn has been recognised as an influential business leader and has received numerous accolades.

-In Chambers & Partners, Rosalyn is ranked Band 1 for high-net-worth Family Offices and Fund structuring UK. She is described as 'a class act', very good with people, very supportive of start-ups and innovation. She thinks of options of how things could be done. She has really interesting insights -she's a breath of fresh air.' It also highlights how Rosalyn has 'industry knowledge as well as legal knowledge, which is a huge asset to clients.'

-Appearing on the Citywealth Leaders List, she is described as ‘one of a kind: thoughtful, proactive, drawing on a wealth of experience to promote and safeguard the interests of her clients. They love her with good reason.’

-The 2020 Spear’s 500 highlight how she is a ‘trusted adviser to budding HNW entrepreneurs and financial heavyweights’.

-In 2021, Rosalyn also appears in the Top 10 of the 2&20 Top100 Most Influential People in Service Provision for the Investment Space.

“We are delighted to welcome Rosalyn as a Non-Executive Director. A true inspiration, Ros’ multiple talents, extensive experience and knowledge will be invaluable as we continue to strengthen and grow our business”.

Ian Marsh, Executive Chairman

“I am very pleased to have joined the board of Artorius and look forward to working with fellow directors in contributing towards strong governance and ethical practices as they continue the next phase of business growth.”

Rosalyn Breedy