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Walker Crips to open Truro office

Walker Crips, the integrated Investment and Wealth Management group, will continue the expansion of its regional coverage by establishing a greater presence in the West Country and opening a new office in Truro, Cornwall at the end of February.

The office will be headed by Chris Bolshaw who will be accompanied initially by Jeremy Sharp (both coming from Charles Stanley and formerly of Truro Stockbrokers). Both are well established with strong local links after serving clients in the area for more than 25 years.

They will be joined at the end of March by Simon Burnett, Matthew Dickinson, Jonathan Rowland, Rebecca Gouldstone and Alison Hubbard (all coming from Charles Stanley).

In addition to its major hubs in London and York, and its operational office in Romford, this will be Walker Crips’ 9th regional branch. It follows recent hires in the Birmingham, York and London offices.

Rodney FitzGerald, Chief Executive Officer, Walker Crips says:

“We are delighted with the calibre of our new joiners as we continue to extend our presence across the UK. We look forward to working with Chris, Jeremy and our new colleagues in Truro as we forge Walker Crips’s growing reputation as one of the UK's leading firms of bespoke Investment and Wealth Managers.”

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