Wealth management firm Brewin Dolphin is to join the Law Society of Scotland’s partnership programme, providing expertise and support for Scottish solicitors and their clients.
The Law Society programme develops partnerships with organisations in the industry and shares knowledge to support best practice and provide guidance to its members.
Brewin Dolphin will provide support for solicitors working in the wealth management area through CPD events and practice area updates, focusing on the latest developments in wills and estate management, trusts, charity work and tax matters.
Paul Mosson, executive director of member services and engagement at the Law Society of Scotland, said: “Private client wealth management has become an increasingly important area of work for solicitors, as more of us seek to preserve, grow and ultimately pass on our assets.
“Working with Brewin Dolphin will allow us to provide valuable insight and information for those within our membership who are looking after the affairs of individual clients and trustees, helping them provide much sought-after expertise and advice.”
The partnership is due to start in September 2018.
With a built network of 29 offices across the UK, Jersey and Dublin, Brewin Dolphin has £39.7 billion in total funds and £34.3 billion on a discretionary basis.
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