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UBS Wealth Management closes Brighton office

UBS Wealth Management has closed its Brighton office and transferred clients to London base after two investment managers left the firm.

UBS would not confirm the names of the two managers who stepped down.

A spokesperson for UBS says:“UBS Wealth Management in the UK has experienced a sustained period of growth over the past six years and our long-term strategy and growth ambitions remain unchanged. We remain committed to our UK wealth management franchise as well as the long term future of our regional offices.”

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