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Brewin Dolphin opens Winchester wealth office

Brewin Dolphin opens Winchester wealth office

Brewin Dolphin has relocated its Bournemouth office to Winchester as part of its expansion strategy for its southern business. 

The brand new office at Sunley House, 46 Jewry Street, is planned to open in December.

The wealth firm intends add new faces to the existing team, which includes Adam Jarvis, Hannah Dampney and Matthew Lyth.

Brewin’s regional director, Jonathan Tweedie said: ‘Winchester is a wonderful prosperous city within a relatively short distance of Southampton, Portsmouth, Bournemouth, Basingstoke, the New Forest and other thriving towns on the south coast, so when we were looking for a new office it was the obvious place.' 

Charles Ferry, the firm’s managing director of private clients, noted the new office will give the firm a base from which to serve its clients and grow its presence in the South of England.

‘The new larger office is positioned to further enhance the quality and depth of service that our clients expect from us,’ he said.

The move comes amid a concerted regional push by Brewin. 

Earlier this month the firm hired a regional relationship manager to develop its professional services proposition across its four Scottish offices. 

Also this month, Brewin appointed Keith Sheehan as wealth director for its office in the West End of London, which opened in August with the aim of targeting the ultra-rich.

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