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Hargreave Hale opens Norwich office


Hargreave Hale has opened a new Norwich office following the recruitment of investment managers Richard Larner (pictured) and Paul Pearce. The duo join from Brewin Dolphin and share over 50 years collective industry experience.

Larner, who will head the office, started his career at Grieveson Grant in 1984, followed by a stint at Waters Lunniss. He then became a founding partner of Hill Osborne’s Norwich office, which subsequently became part of Brewin Dolphin. 
Pearce spent his early career with Barclays before a move to Brewin Dolphin in 2003.
The launch of the Norwich office marks another stage in the expansion of Hargreave Hale’s private client business across the UK and follows the recent opening of branches in Nottingham and York.
Larner says: “We are delighted to have joined such a well-established and ambitious firm, which importantly provides the right framework for us to deliver a first class, personalised investment service. We look forward to welcoming clients – old and new – to our office in the coming months.”                   

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