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Brooks Macdonald expands team

Brooks Macdonald Asset Management has appointed two investment managers and an intermediary sales manager to the firm.

Howard Crossen has joined the Winchester office as an investment manager after spending five years at Premier Asset Management.

Daniel Minett joins the investment management team at the recently opened Tunbridge Wells office after previous roles at Cavendish Wealth.

Julian Holden joins the Manchester office as intermediary sales manager after previously working as an IFA consultant at Scottish Widows for 16 years.

Brooks Macdonald Asset Management joint managing director Andrew Shepherd says: “We are delighted with the appointments of Howard Daniel and Julian. Our business continues to grow strongly and it is important that we are able to continue to attract high calibre people to the company and all its offices.”



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