Hawksmoor has poached a couple more Brewin Dolphin seniors for its new office in Dorchester.
UK-based investment manager Hawksmoor has hired Brewin Dolphin's Stephen Taylor and Chris McNulty to help drive its launch in Dorchester.
The pair will take on their new roles as private client investment managers. They join their former colleague David Evans, previously a divisional director at Brewin Dolphin, who will head up the new office, which is set to open this autumn.
The trio's appointments come as Brewin Dolphin's restructuring phase enters its final stages. The restructure has seen several seniors leave the wealth manager to join rival firms, including Gregor McNie, who joined Ashcourt Rowan in January as investment director of its asset management business.
“Having until the recent past been long based in the town, David, Stephen and Chris have between them an established reputation among the business and professional community in the Dorchester area,” said Hawksmoor's chief executive, John Crowley.
“We look forward to working with them as we look to extend Hawksmoor’s presence across the South West.”
The new presence in Dorchester adds to Hawksmoor's existing offices in Exeter and Ipswich.