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Michael Vaughan marks Brown Shipley Leeds relocation

Michael Vaughan marks Brown Shipley Leeds relocation

Brown Shipley has relocated its team to a new Leeds office.

Located on 10 Wellington Place, the new hub is headed up by divisional investment director Andrew Goodchild, will house around eight Brown Shipley staff. Goodchild has been heading the Leeds office for more than 15 years.

The office launch was attended by former England and Yorkshire cricketer Michael Vaughan, who gave a talk  on his playing career.   

Ian Sackfield, CEO, commented: 'The opening of the new office in Leeds, which is located in the heart of a thriving business community, will benefit our clients and enable Brown Shipley to flourish in the region.'

This is part of the firm's enhanced offering in the North of England, and fits within Brown Shipley's strategic growth plans, Sackfield added.

Brown Shipley also has offices in London, Manchester, Edinburgh and Birmingham.

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