Martin Heale
Managing Director, Americas, RBC Wealth Management

Martin Heale is Managing Director, Head of Americas for the Private Client Wealth Management, Americas team. Based in London, he heads a team of wealth managers that specialise in providing full wealth management services for US, Latin American and Caribbean clients who wish for their wealth to be managed from London with an international focus. The Americas team was honoured in 2013 in the WealthBriefing Awards by receiving the UK Private Bank, International Clients Team award. Additionally, Martin has been awarded Executive Council status, which is awarded to top performing wealth managers within RBC.

Martin has over 20 years experience in leading client relationship teams and advising international clients on all aspects of preserving and growing wealth. In the early part of his career, he worked as an Investment Manager and was elected a Member of The London Stock Exchange in 1990 with James Capel & Co before joining Barclays de Zoete Wedd (BZW) in 1992. Martin became a Director of BZW Portfolio Management Ltd in 1995 and the board gained the banking license to become Barclays Private Bank in 1996 (now Barclays Wealth). In 2005, Martin joined Kleinwort Benson as a Senior Private Banker, managing all aspects of a client’s financial life. Whilst working at Kleinwort Benson, Martin held various senior positions including UK Managing Director and Head of Private Wealth Management. Martin joined RBC London on the 4th July 2011 in his present position.

Martin attended the IMD business school in Lausanne, Switzerland and is also a Fellow of The Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment in the UK where he obtained The Securities Institute Diploma. Martin is a registered Investment Advisor Representative with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) in the USA and is authorized to undertake investment business in the UK by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

Martin travels frequently to the Americas and lives in London. He is married with three children.