Plum is one of London’s brightest, lifestyle-led buying advisors with her finger firmly on the pulse of the city. Her job is sourcing homes to rent and buy for Haringtons’ investor and end user clients but before that she worked in Chelsea as a lettings negotiator, in Hong Kong as an investment liaison for international clients, and most recently in London’s new homes sector, advising developer clients on new schemes.
A native of Kensington & Chelsea, Nina has twenty years' experience in buying properties for end users and investors and in sourcing rental properties for tenant clients. As well her London experience in international relocation, Nina lived in Sydney, Australia as a corporate tenant for seven years making her uniquely understanding of the subtleties and stresses of moving from overseas to a major city. With extensive experience in property lettings and management Nina is also particularly well-placed to advise investor clients on the Prime Central and Prime Peripheral London lettings market.
When Jonathan set up Haringtons in 2004 he already had eighteen years’ experience, setting up then running property buying departments for two of the UK’s leading firms, Lane Fox (now Strutt & Parker) and Knight Frank. Jonathan specialises in the purchase of country houses, farms and estates.
Hampshire-based Jamie has specialised in country houses his whole career. Before joining Haringtons in 2014, Jamie spent 10 years with Knight Frank, firstly in the Country Department selling country houses across the south east, then with The Buying Solution advising on the purchase of country properties across the south of England.
Mark Cecil qualified from St Thomas’s Hospital Medical School in 1982. After working as a doctor, as well as an advisor to a private healthcare company, in 1985 he attended INSEAD business school where he was awarded an MBA. Following this, he has worked for over thirty years in the finance industry focussing on Alternative Asset Management. In 2007 he co-founded one of Europe’s largest hedge funds in Geneva and continues to advise many family offices on asset allocation.
David was previously a Partner of fund managers, TT International. After studying Natural Science at Cambridge, he joined Rowe & Pitman, becoming a Partner in 1985. After that, he was with the successor companies as a Director at SG Warburg Securities and a Managing Director of Swiss Bank. Outside the City, David sits on several boards including chairing a Social Impact Bond.