Harry Lawson-Johnston

Harry Lawson-Johnston

Board Member

Harry Lawson Johnston is a Founding Partner of the LJ Partnership, a London headquartered private wealth partnership that is a collaboration of families and entrepreneurs from across a range of industries, continents and cultures, who have sought to take more control of their wealth. As a private wealth partnership supervising over $15 billion of assets, the firm offers the institutional rigor of a global financial firm, the transparency and discretion of a family office, the discipline of a sophisticated investor, and the values of a traditional merchant banking partnership. Mr. Lawson-Johnston is responsible for heading up strategy and business development for the firm.

Prior to co-founding the LJ Partnership, Mr. Lawson Johnston served as Managing Director of Guggenheim Investment Advisors Suisse, which was part of Guggenheim Partners, a global, independent, privately held, diversified financial services firm with more than USD $170B in assets under supervision. At Guggenheim he helped build out the international expansion of Guggenheim Investment Advisors focusing on Europe, LATAM and the Middle East.

Mr. Lawson Johnston was formerly an adviser to the London School of Business & Finance, was educated in Oxford and received a BA from Durham University. He is the Winner of the SWM Young Private Banker of the Year Award 2012 and Runner Up for SWM Future Leader in Wealth Management 2008 and 2010. A member of a prominent multi-generational family with direct investment experience, he also sits on the Development Board of the Institute for Statecraft and the advisory council of Resurgo Ventures, a program aiming to accelerate the reach, sustainability and impact of outstanding church-based social ventures. He additionally sits on the Advisory Boards of the Global Partnership of Family Offices; and Humus Capital, a Latin American private equity fund. He is passionate about philanthropy and is an active anti-slavery supporter.


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