Charles Stanley creates 'super' southern office

'To support clients'

Sophie King
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Wealth manager Charles Stanley has announced plans to create a "super" office by merging its Bournemouth and Dorchester offices.

The firm said its offices in Bournemouth and Dorchester will merge together to create one hub to better support clients across Dorset and the south of England. It is proposed the combined hub will be based in Bournemouth at its recently refurbished office, making it one of the largest wealth management offices in the region. Last year, Charles Stanley merged its Southampton and Oxford offices in a similar move. Charles Stanley Bournemouth branch manager Gareth Pritchard said: "By merging the two offices we will create a regional hub that is better suited to servicing the needs of our ...

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