The wealth manager said the appointments of Shaw and Regan are further evidence it is serious about its commitment to expanding its team to be able to support its growth ambitions. In its last set of interim results, Brewin Dolphin confirmed plans to increase discretionary funds by a third over the next five years.
Shaw will vacate her nine year post as client director at Kleinwort Benson and begin her role at Brewin Dolphin starting on 26th July.
Regan will join Brewin Dolphin on 8th August from BNP Paribas where he was in charge of Asian equities. Before that, he worked at Credit Suisse in a similar role.
David Nicol, chief executive at Brewin Dolphin remarked: “We are delighted that both Louise and Nicholas are joining us at an exciting stage in our development. They both bring excellent technical expertise, but most importantly have an impressive track record in building strong relationships with clients.”