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Redmayne Bentley makes third Manchester hire

Redmayne Bentley makes third Manchester hire

Redmayne Bentley has hired a third person from KW Wealth, formerly European Wealth, for a new central Manchester office.

Neil Turner has been recruited as an investment manager at Redmayne, joining his former colleagues James Igoe and Alan Freeman. They were hired by Redmayne in the spring to establish a new Manchester branch, as Wealth Manager revealed back in April.

Redmayne’s new Manchester hub is now up and running in Hardman Square, Spinningfields, located in the city centre.

The office is based in the same building as the trio’s former employer, KW Wealth.

The Spinningfields branch complements Redmayne’s existing Manchester office, which is located in Swinton and headed by David Swift.

Redmayne’s director of business and branch development Nick Bettison said: ‘We are delighted to confirm the growth of our presence in Manchester with the appointment of Neil Turner, following the addition of James Igoe and Alan Freeman earlier this year.

‘They join us at our brand new location in central Manchester, which we have opened as part of our strategic objective of growth in the city, having identified Manchester as a key region of opportunity for the delivery of our personal investment management and stockbroking services.’

The Manchester office launch follows the firm’s decision to shut Redmayne’s Southport outpost back in May.

The team, including former branch manager Paul McKnight, have now moved over to Redmayne’s Liverpool hub.

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