Veteran stockbrokers work their way from Seymour to Monument

TWO FORMER employees of bankrupt broker Seymour Pierce – former head of equities David McCreadie and serial stockbroker Darryll Warnford-Davis – have both now ended up at Monument Securities, The Capitalist hears.

Warnford-Davis has certainly made his way around the Square Mile during his career. The stockbroker was a partner at Townsley before it sold out to Insinger de Beaufort, and has since worked at Dawnay Day, Hobart Capital Markets, Matrix, the now-closed Religare Capital – and finally the ill-fated Seymour Pierce.