thewealthnet     About Us    |    FAQs    |    Contact Us
  Advanced Search       RSS Feed  twitter  linkedin 
Welcome to thewealthnet    |   Europe, Middle East & Africa Get The App   |   Login
  Mon 18th Feb 2019  |    Make this my homepage  
Subscribe now!
Credit Cards Accepted
World Map
Brewin Dolphin opens new London office
02/08/2018 , News Team

Brewin Dolphin, a UK-based wealth manager, has opened a new West End office, located at 8 Waterloo Place in St. James’s, London.

This office, which is the company’s 30th, is led by Simon Blowey who has worked for Brewin Dolphin for 11 years. The 21-strong team of existing and new professionals will focus on helping clients with complex financial needs.

The team has a breadth of wealth, financial planning and investment management expertise including recently appointed Nicholas Hammond as operations director. There will also be a focus on business development and working with clients’ other advisers in the intermediary market, in the centre and west of London.

Mr Blowey, said: “Amidst some industry headwinds, there is an increasing need to future-proof trusted expert and immersive client financial management. In order to continue achieving exemplary client service, we are developing new ways of meeting client needs by providing more choice in investment solutions and anchoring ourselves amongst a wide network of advice.”

Brewin Dolphin is currently recruiting further client-facing professionals for the new office and will be announcing further details in due course.

The company’s head office remains in London at 12 Smithfield Street.

Brewin Dolphin is a UK FTSE 250 provider of discretionary wealth management services and had a total of £39.7 billion in funds as at 31 March 2018. The firm offers personalised wealth management services to over 80,000 clients, including individuals.

Share with Linkedin Share with Twitter
Poor   Average   Good   Excellent
thewealthnet archives contain 51,103 articles dating back to 1997,making it the largest single source of information on the wealth management industry world-wide. To search for more articles, please click here.


© This article originally featured on thewealthnet. It is protected by international copyright law. If you copy this article illegally, you will be liable to prosecution. All rights in and relating to this article are expressly reserved. No part of this article may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means without written permission from the publishers.

    Latest Headlines:    by Topic | All News
  Advertise   |   Contribute   |   Press Release   |   Terms of Use   |   Privacy   |   Contact Us Copyright Pam Insight Ltd., All Rights Reserved