Previously Stewart held management positions with accountants Grant Thornton and EY, and the London-based venture capital firm, Unilever Ventures.
Brady Young, president and CEO of SRS, said: “Our successful model is attributed to attracting and retaining world class talent to serve our clients with the high standards we demand of ourselves.”
“Vasu, with his vast cross-functional expertise in financial operations and banking, brings us the depth and breadth of experience required to handle our operational challenges and future growth.
He is the second such recent partner appointment for the firm in London, following the addition of Jasmine Amaria as a Cayman Islands and British Virgin Islands (BVI) corporate partner at the beginning of this year.
Piers Harris has over 24 years’ experience in the financial services industry and joins the Frankfurt-based bank from Credit Suisse, where he has been a senior relationship manager in the U.K. ultra-high net worth team since 2013.
Mr Stevens will focus on growing the number of financial planners within Intrinsic through training, recruitment and acquisition, supported by Mr Smith's 15-strong team which will remain with the school after his departure.