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Press Release

13 October 2016

Investment managers celebrate 20 years in Middlesbrough

Through the ups and downs of the stock market, from the dotcom boom of 1999, the financial crisis of 2008 to recent uncertainty following the EU referendum, Middlesbrough investment management and stockbroking firm Redmayne-Bentley has seen a lot happen over the past two decades.

This month, the branch marks 20 years since the office was set up in Cleveland Business Centre, Middlesbrough, by father and son Frank and Jeff Taylor in October 1996.

Today, Jeff remains an investment manager with the firm, a member of a five-strong team with almost 100 years’ experience between them. Now based in College Square, Stokesley, the team also includes branch manager Neil Burniston, stockbroker Vicky Holmes, personal assistant Laura Robinson and administrative assistant Jo-Anne Waller.

Neil said: “It has been 20 years since we were established but our focus is still the same: to offer clients a high quality, comprehensive range of dealing services as well as investment management services which are tailored to their individual requirements.

 “We remain proud of the service we provide to our clients and are delighted to have been able to support them. We look forward to another 20 years.”

Investment managers celebrate 20 years in Middlesbrough
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