Wealth manager, Brewin Dolphin, has promoted three new divisional directors across its Scottish offices as it continues to strengthen its operations.
Alistair Douglas will make the step up from assistant director in Edinburgh, while Alan MacPhee and David Moore have been promoted in Aberdeen and Glasgow, respectively.
Having joined Brewin Dolphin more than 12 years ago, Alistair Douglas is part of the Edinburgh private client team. He studied at the University of Aberdeen before completing an MBA at Coventry University, and became a Chartered Wealth Manager in 2010.
Alan MacPhee has been with Brewin Dolphin’s Aberdeen office since 2005 and works with individuals, charities, and privately-held companies. He became a chartered fellow of the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment (CISI) in 2009.
In Glasgow, David Moore becomes divisional director after nine years with Brewin Dolphin. He previously spent 12 years with Barclays Wealth and has been a Chartered Wealth Manager since 2005.
Brewin Dolphin, which employs more than 200 people in Scotland, has made the promotions less than two months after announcing seven new hires in Glasgow and less than a year after refreshing its Edinburgh leadership team.
Marc Wilkinson, regional director for Scotland at Brewin Dolphin, said: “Alistair, Alan, and David have played important roles in their respective offices over the course of their careers with Brewin Dolphin – their promotions are well deserved. I look forward to watching each of them play more prominent roles in their teams, helping our clients achieve their financial goals. Despite economic and political headwinds, our Scottish business continues to go from strength to strength, as more people look for financial advice during such uncertain times.”