EFG Harris Allday has hired another Brewin Dolphin manager for its Bridgnorth office.
Andrew Barr joins from Brewin’s Shrewsbury office, where he worked for seven years. Prior to this he spent 12 years at Tilney before it was acquired by Deutsche.
His appointment comes a few months after EFG recruited Barr’s colleague Stewart Mackness, who was an assistant investment manager at Brewin’s Shrewsbury office.
The pair will work alongside Christopher Morley, Dominic Curran and Harry Marsh, who run £750 million in assets in the Bridgnorth branch.
‘We are delighted to welcome Andrew to our team here in Bridgnorth, where his 19 years’ experience as an investment manager complements the existing expertise in our office,’ a spokesperson said in a statement.
‘We have seen assets under management grow to over £750 million in the 30 years since the branch was first opened, and we aim to continue to grow those assets, with the goal of reaching £1 billion over the coming years.’
EFG Harris Allday is headquartered in Birmingham and was founded in 1834. Bridgnorth is its second branch outside of Birmingham.
The overall business, which also has an office in Ombersley, has over £3 billion in AUM across private and corporate funds, as well as Sipps, ISAs, trusts and charities.