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Our People: John MacMahon

John MacMahon

Position: Director
Office: Salisbury
Telephone: 01722 424444

John MacMahon is a founder partner of the business. He looks after clients’ portfolios, and develops new business. His broad experience underpins his contribution to asset allocation and fund selection, particularly on international investments. He also oversees risk and regulatory compliance.

In a career spanning private, investment and commercial banking, John worked for Grindlays Bank and its parent Australia and New Zealand Banking Group for 22 years. He led the bank’s securities and investment banking activities in Tokyo from 1983 to 1990, and was Global Head of Sales in the Emerging Markets Group in London from 1990 to 1998. Thereafter, John ran the Wealth Management Division of Grindlays Private Bank in London, where he sat on the global management committee and had responsibility for Indian family wealth worldwide. He has also worked in Latin America and the USA. John graduated in Modern History from St Andrew’s University and his professional qualifications include the PCIAM and the IMC. His interests outside work include a non-executive directorship of a local NHS hospital.


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GBIM, Gore Browne and Gore Browne Investment Management are trading styles of GBIM Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA number 593265) and is a limited company registered in England (07746731). Registered and Head Office at Chequers Court, 37 Brown Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2AS

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