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Brewin Dolphin Adds Duo To Head Up London Office

Natasha Taghavi, Reporter, London, 20 May 2013

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Brewin Dolphin, the UK-listed wealth management and investment house, has appointed Rob Burgeman and Peter Long as the new heads of its London office.

Burgeman and Long will take over from Stephen Ford and Rupert Tyler, who have taken on the roles of head of investment management and national director of investment management, respectively.

Burgeman has been at Brewin Dolphin since 2007, before which he served at Savory Milln - a broking house in the City. In his new role, Burgeman will be responsible for private clients, pension funds and charities.

Long joined Brewin Dolphin in 1995, having served for the previous nine years at Kleinwort Benson, within its private client and charity divisions.

In other recent moves at the firm, earlier this year Brewin Dolphin made a number of changes to its board. Jamie Matheson stepped down from the board after eight years as executive chairman, while deputy chairman, Simon Miller, was appointed as non-executive chairman.

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