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Bond Dickinson Recruits Wealth Manager, Funds Partner

Amisha Mehta, Deputy Editor, London, 29 September 2016

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The UK law firm, which also provides wealth management services, has hired an ex-Brewin Dolphin divisional director and a funds and regulatory lawyer.

Bond Dickinson has hired Gareth Davies as a wealth manager and Barry Stimpson as head of funds.

Davies most recently worked at Brewin Dolphin, where he was divisional director. He brings over 15 years' experience in advising clients on financial planning matters. His recent work includes advising executives on transition from work into retirement, advice to individuals and trustees in reviewing investment portfolios and advice to families on estate planning and inheritance tax.

The independent fee-based advice provided by Bond Dickinson Wealth complements the legal, tax and accounting services provided by Bond Dickinson LLP.

Meanwhile, Stimpson joins Bond Dickinson from Olswang, where he was head of funds and regulatory. Previously, he worked at Linklaters, UBS and Squire Patton Boggs. He specialises in real estate, private equity, debt and other funds and real estate-related corporate structures. He is also a practitioner in the field of limited liability partnerships.

Both will be based in London.

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