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Brooks Macdonald appoints new head of Adviser Solutions

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Brooks Macdonald appoints new head of Adviser Solutions

Pictured: Jonathan Mynes has been appointed as Brooks Macdonald head of Adviser Solutions.

Local investment managers, Brooks Macdonald have appointed Jonathan Mynes as Head of Adviser Solutions as the firm looks to grow its international business.

Based in the Jersey office, the team is responsible for managing the company’s relationships with independent financial advisers across the Channel Islands, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Mr Mynes, who previously worked in Brooks Macdonald’s Guernsey office as Investment Team Director, has over 15 years’ experience in the financial services industry. He is supported by Business Development Director, Linda McLaren, who has 16 years of global experience in managing and developing international IFA relationships and Relationship Manager, Matthew Wintour, who has over 12 years’ experience in financial services.

Business Development Director, Lindsay Bateman, Investment Director, Gary Hill and Investment Manager, Adam Greaves, also provide dedicated regional support in the Middle East and Africa. 

Darren Zaman, Chief Executive Officer, International at Brooks Macdonald, said: “Jonathan has a wealth of experience having successfully headed our Guernsey investment team through a period of change and growth, and previously as a Chartered Certified Accountant. His understanding of the business and our investment proposition ideally positions him to further develop our international adviser business, which is key to our strategic growth plans. 

“The Adviser Solutions team, led by Jonathan, has responsibility for managing and developing adviser relationships and service, and this increased professionalism reflects the growth of this distribution channel as well as its increasing importance to our international business.”


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