Brewin Dolphin has hired former Coutts & Co discretionary portfolio manager Anthony Rawlinson as a wealth director as part of the firm's new '1762' proposition for wealth clients with more "complex" financial requirements.
Rawlinson joins Brewin Dolphin after seven years with Coutts, having previously served as head of private banking for Standard Chartered Bank in Abu Dhabi and running his own corporate finance advisory...
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