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Brewin Dolphin hires ex-Goldmans director to board

Brewin Dolphin hires ex-Goldmans director to board

Brewin Dolphin has announced that former Goldman Sachs Asset Management International director Caroline Taylor is to join its board as a non-executive director.

Taylor, who has over 25 years of experience in financial services, has a strong background in investment management operations, compliance and legal issues, the wealth manager said in a stock market announcement.

She was a director at Goldmans between 2005 and 2012 and joins on 21 May.

Brewin's chairman Simon Miller said: 'Caroline brings significant experience of the investment management sector and I am delighted that she is joining the Board as an independent non-executive director.'

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