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London divisional director Gregor McNie leaves Brewin Dolphin

London divisional director Gregor McNie leaves Brewin Dolphin

Gregor McNie, a director at Brewin Dolphin, has left the company.

McNie resigned from his position as a divisional director within Brewin Dolphin’s London office last month.

The investment manager joined Brewin Dolphin in 2006, and had worked with charity clients such as the Linnean Society.

McNie, a fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment, began his career at James Capel in 1986 and stayed there through its acquisition by HSBC before moving to Brewin Dolphin.

His exit is the latest in a series of changes at Brewin Dolphin’s London branch.

Last week, Wealth Manager revealed that Rob Burgeman and Peter Long had stepped down as co-heads of the London team to focus on their client books with the company’s national director of investment management Rupert Tyler taking over the role.

Tyler has been at Brewin Dolphin since 1985, and is also responsible for the group’s charities team.

Also in June this year three London-based investment managers quit Brewin Dolphin for Hargreave Hale: fellow divisional director and James Capel alumnus Neil Jones, alongside Ian Kavanagh and Victoria MacDonald.

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