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Gérard Moxon started his career with Lloyds Bank International, for whom he worked for 13 years in Brazil, France and Portugal, before returning to the UK in 1989.
He then joined the International Private Banking division of Merrill Lynch from 1993-2002 as a Vice-President.
He built up a team of advisors which had more than $400 million under management.
After leaving Merrill Lynch, Gérard joined a group of Far Eastern investors who were investing in central London property.
In 2010 Gérard joined Tigris Capital Partners as a partner, but left in early 2011 to join Quest JFM Investments.
Gérard Moxon is the Managing Director of Technomark Group Ltd and a financier by background and training.After degrees from Durham University and the London School of Economics, he joined Lloyds Bank International and served in Brazil, France and Portugal in a number of executive positions.On returning to the UK in 1990, he joined Lloyds Private Banking, the elite private banking group of the Lloyds Bank Group.
In 1993 Gérard
joined Merrill Lynch
in London as Vice-President and built up a team from nothing to more than $400 million under management from a number of high net worth individuals and institutions.
Mr Gérard MoxonManaging DirectorTechnomark Group 1 Deans Yard, Westminster, London, SW1P 3NPTelephone: +44 (0) 20 7340 1010Fax: +44 (0) 20 7340 1029
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Gérard Moxon - executive directorGérard
followed an international career with Lloyds Bank International
for ten years, working in Brazil, France and Portugal.On returning to the UK, he
helped Lloyds International Private Banking set up its centre for international private clients in London.In 1993 he joined Merrill Lynch in London to establish a team catering for high net worth clients principally in Portugal and Spain.Gérard joined London & Capital in 1993 as executive director responsible for marketing its products to France, Portugal and Spain. Gérard went to Durham University and the London School of Economics, has the series 7 and 3 qualifications from the New York Stock Exchange and Financial Planning Certificates 1 and 2, as well as the SFA qualification.Gérard
speaks French, Portuguese and Spanish.