Hampden & Co hires Jonathan Peake as CFO

Hampden & Co hires Jonathan Peake as CFO

Jonathan Peake has joined UK private bank Hampden and Co as chief financial officer (CFO).  


He replaces longstanding Hampden and Co CFO Andy Mulligan who is retiring.

Peake previously spent more than six years as CFO and executive director at banking and wealth management group Standard Bank International.

He has also served as head of risk for both Standard Bank and Deutsche Bank International and was a senior manager at KPMG Forensic.

Peake is also a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) and originally trained and qualified with PwC.

Graeme Hartop, Hampden and Co CEO, said: “Andy has been an outstanding CFO for Hampden and Co, helping to set up the bank, guiding the process of obtaining the necessary consents and he has been integral to our fundraises.

“On a personal level, he has been a great support and friend over the last decade.

“Jonathan’s considerable UK-wide and international banking experience and credentials are a great fit for Hampden and Co as we enter our next phase of growth.  I would like to thank both Andy and Jonathan for such a smooth transition over the last few months.”

Last month, Hampden and Co reported strong growth in loans and deposits for the year to 31 December 2021, driven by a highly competitive and evolving product suite, net client growth across the UK, and increased referrals from professional intermediaries.

The bank said it benefitted from strong demand for its tailored lending solutions, which include residential, retirement, family guarantor, multi-property, and buy-to-let mortgages.

Demand was most marked in London and the South East, accounting for around two thirds of total lending.

The bank’s traditional Scottish markets also registered strong client and lending growth with lending via referrals from mortgage intermediaries rising more than 38 per cent.

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