Stockbroking and Investment Management firm Redmayne-Bentley opened the Belfast office in March 2010. Redmayne-Bentley was established in 1875 and is one of the UK's largest independently owned private client stockbrokers with offices across the UK and now on the island of Ireland in both Belfast and Cork.
The Belfast branch personnel have a combined stock market experience of over 50 years. The branch offers a full range of services including Execution-Only stockbroking, Discretionary
Investment Management, Trustee and probate services to clients and professional intermediaries such as solictors and accountants in both Northern Ireland and The Republic of Ireland. The branch is happy to hold accounts in both £GBP and Euro and welcomes clients from both sides of the border.
Clients and professional intermediaries can view their portfolio or client portfolio accounts online. Also available is access to regular communications including the fortnightly Equity Insight newsletter, Investment Ideas, Quarterly newsletter (all available by email or post), an IPO new issue email alert & updates and an email daily signal of interesting chart formations on the FTSE 100.
We believe our charges to be competitive. UK clients can view our Services and Charges.
The branch is managed by Patrick Mahony, Chartered FCSI and Chartered Wealth Manager, who largely services clients and professional intermediaries in Belfast South, North and West.
He is assisted by R. Patrick Wilson, Chartered FCSI and Chartered Wealth Manager, who largely services clients and professional intermediaries in Belfast East, and Counties Down, Antrim, Armagh and The Republic of Ireland.
He is also assisted by Sabine Le Brizoual, ACSI, who although a member of the Belfast branch lives in Derry and largely works with clients and professional intermediaries across North West Ulster including The City of Derry, and Counties Londonderry, Fermanagh, Tyrone and the Republic of Ireland.
They all assure you of a warm and attentive welcome and would appreciate all enquiries from their respective areas.