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Killik's McKeown follows Brewin trio to Hargreave Hale

Killik's McKeown  follows Brewin trio to Hargreave Hale

Hargreave Hale has bolstered its London team with the appointment of Killik and Co's Ben McKeown.

His appointment comes shortly after the company hired Neil Jones, Ian Kavanagh and Victoria MacDonald from Brewin Dolphin.

Other recent hires include JM Finn's Tom Holliday and Jim Meysey-Thomspon, who will open an office in York for the firm.

McKeown joins another recent hire, Bestinvest's Jeannette Cottrell, in London.   

At Killik he served as a private client manager responsible for high net worth clients, charities and trusts.  

Hargreave Hale chair, Giles Hargreave (pictured), said: 'Ben is another welcomed addition to the firm and underlines our commitment to recruiting talented individuals, as we continue to expand our business.'

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