Office Location: York
Date opened: 2011
Number in team: 10
Bullish/bearish: Cautiously optimistic
Group Aum: £9.33 billion (as at 31/12/2016)
Q&A with Andrew Wilson, senior investment director, Brooks Macdonald, York.
What is your typical client demographic?
50+, company directors and families.
What differentiates your region?
The size and variety of the region. The number of major industrial, agricultural and residential centres means we have a wide variety of clients making it an exciting place to work.
What challenges are facing your local area?
It will be a challenge to implement the ‘Northern Powerhouse’, which is a proposal to boost economic growth across the North of England. However, I am confident these challenges will be overcome and our clients will ultimately be presented with a range of opportunities.
What’s the best thing about living in your region?
People, cities and countryside.
What is a typical regional saying?
‘Welcome to God’s Own!’
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