Brooks Macdonald moves Birmingham office

Follows Southampton office opening

Julia Bahr
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Brooks Macdonald has moved its west Midlands office location from Leamington Spa to a new spot in Birmingham.

The office is set in the centre of the city and will play a "pivotal role" in providing investment services in the Midlands to advisers and clients, according to the group. It forms part of the firm's South West region, alongside Cardiff, Cheltenham and Exeter. Daniel Worthing, investment director and team head, will continue to lead the office. He joined the firm eight years ago from SL Investment Management.  "We have provided investment management in the region since 2013 and have a great understanding of the local marketplace," he said. "Our new office will enable us to expand our...

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