Wilsons expands adviser capabilities

Financial advisory firm, Wilsons, has appointed Casimir Skillecorn and Daniel Pitt as senior advisers in its private wealth business.

Industry veterans, Skillecorn and Pitt, both had over 20 years’ experience in the industry, with the former the managing director at Evans and Partners, and the latter a partner at the firm and senior adviser to some significant clients in the market.

Wilsons chief executive, Brad Gale, said the appointments represented a continuation of the firm’s commitment to providing the best outcomes to its clients.

The two new hires followed the appointments of Tracey McNaughton as head of macro strategy, Daniel Porter as lead resources analyst, Joseph Larcher as lead of digital strategy and Christian Lunny as head of advisory in corporate business.

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