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Brewin Dolphin confirms spate of director retirements

Exit-Man-Door-Depart-Leave-700.jpgWealth manager Brewin Dolphin has lost a wave of senior staff in retirements timed to coincide with the new year.

London-based divisional directors Keith Leberman and Raf Saidi will both continue to work with the business as consultants.

Leberman leaves after seven years, having joined from Barclays, while Saidi joined in 2003 from Invesco.

Saidi joined alongside Invesco’s David Merrifield, who is also retiring.

Anthony Behrens, who has sat on the firm’s charities teams since moving from Barclays Wealth in 2012, is also retiring.

The London quartet are followed by Edinburgh and Leicester directors Bryan Johnston and James Andrew Norris who also retire.

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