UBS adviser snapped up by Brewin Dolphin

Added 11th September 2017

Brewin Dolphin has hired former UBS Wealth Management adviser Tom Colburn as a director in its London office.

UBS adviser snapped up by Brewin Dolphin

After eight years as a private client adviser and executive director at UBS Wealth Management, Colburn will join Brewin as divisional director in the capital.

He is a chartered wealth manager and has worked with high-net worth clients for 17 years.

Nick Fitzgerald, head of financial planning at Brewin Dolphin, said: “We are delighted that Tom has joined us.

“He has an impressive track record in building strong and trusted relationships with clients, which will assist us as we continue our organic growth strategy and build momentum in our private client business.”

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