Kingswood reveals first seven partners and incentive plan details

More than 10 million shares allocated

Julian Marr
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"Achieving partnership is meant to be a life-changing event for elected members, with a significant portion of compensation for members based on the future success of Kingswood" - Kingswood's Gary Wilder
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"Achieving partnership is meant to be a life-changing event for elected members, with a significant portion of compensation for members based on the future success of Kingswood" - Kingswood's Gary Wilder

Kingswood Holdings has revealed the identities of seven partners - the first to achieve that status at the group - and allocated more than 10 million of its shares to selected senior staff through a long-term incentive plan.

According to the wealth manager, which trades as KW Wealth, the initial partners are head of human resources Rachel Bailey; chief operating officer Graydon Butler; institutional business head Nigel Davies;...

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