StockWell recruits Maitland partner Suzanne Bartch as chief operating officer

StockWell Group, the recently established City consultancy, has appointed Maitland partner Suzanne Bartch as chief operating officer.

StockWell chairman: Julian Hanson-Smith
StockWell chairman: Julian Hanson-Smith

During her time at Maitland, Bartch advised clients including 3i Group, BAA, Hiscox, Japan Tobacco and The Weir Group, and developed particular expertise in crisis and litigation comms.

Julian Hanson-Smith, StockWell chairman said: ‘She has significant experience both as a strategic comms adviser and as an effective professional services manager, and we look forward to her contribution as chief operating officer as we continue to grow.’

Bartch spent a decade as a solicitor at Herbert Smith and Vickers before joining Maitland in 2000.

She joins StockWell co-founder Philip Gawith at the agency, who was CEO of Maitland until October last year.

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