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Brewin Dolphin shuts two offices for Bournemouth launch

Brewin Dolphin shuts two offices for Bournemouth launch

Brewin Dolphin plans to close its branches in Lymington and Dorchester and open a consolidated office in Bournemouth later this year.

The new office, based in Waverley House, Holdenhurst Road, adds to Brewin regional network which is spread across more than 30 locations in the UK and Channel Islands.

The announcement is the latest episode in the ongoing rationalisation of Brewin regional network, which has seen it shut divisions based in Teeside, Inverness and Stoke.

Brewin Dolphin head of investment management and director Stephen Ford (pictured) said in a statement: 'We are continually reviewing how we conduct business to ensure that our clients receive the best possible service. 

'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.'

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