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Brewin Dolphin opens Bournemouth office

Brewin Dolphin opens Bournemouth office

Brewin Dolphin’s new Bournemouth office has opened for business.

The division was created through the consolidation of its Lymington and Dorchester offices and is the latest phase in the rationalisation of its regional network, which is spread across 30 locations.

The Lymington and Dorchester teams led by Rob Carroll and David Evans respectively have all made the switch to the new premises based at Waverley House, Holdenhurst Road. Carroll will lead the merged teams.

In a statement Brewin, led by chief executive David Nicol (pictured), said the new office underlines its commitment to the South, which is underpinned by continuing support for local events and charitable causes including the Solent Music Festival; the Chalke Valley History Festival; the New Forest Show and next month’s Commodores Cup which starts 19th July in Cowes.

‘We are very excited about our move to Bournemouth and we look forward to welcoming our clients and visitors to our new office,’ Carroll said.

‘The move marks the start of a new era for us on the South Coast and we are confident that the team will continue to grow and build on the successes of the past years.’

Brewin South regional director Richard Croydon added: ‘I am confident that all our clients will be very well served from our new Bournemouth office and that we will continue to grow our important and highly valued business in Hampshire and Dorset from this very impressive new location.’

The rationalisation of Brewin’s regional network has seen it close divisions based in Inverness, Teeside and Stoke recently.

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