Brewin Dolphin has bolstered its team for the newly rolled-out WealthPilot proposition for smaller clients with the addition of three new members.
The firm has hired James Richardson in London and Dharmesh Parmar and Robert Skilling in Manchester.
Richardson joins the firm from Tilney Group, where he worked as an adviser for three years. Prior to that, he was at Towry. According to his LinkedIn profile, he has joined Brewin Dolphin as a manager in the WealthPilot team.
Parmar was previously an associate consultant at accountancy firm MHA Moore and Smaller. He has also spent time at Towry and joins Brewin Dolphin as a financial adviser.
Skilling joins the company, also as a financial adviser, from Compass Financial. Prior to that, he worked as financial planning manager at Santander Consumer Bank.
Back in May, following the firm’s half-year results, chief executive David Nicol (pictured) said that he was looking to add more people in Manchester and Edinburgh for WealthPilot.
The service was opened to a small number of existing clients last year.