British wealth manager Brewin Dolphin has opened a new office in East Anglia.

The firm’s Ipswich office, which was established in 2012 and led by Andrew Wheeler, has merged with the Norwich office which opened in 1997 led by Richard Larner.

Both teams have moved into a new building in Ipswich where Andrew Wheeler will take on responsibility as head of the new combined office, Brewin Dolphin said in a statement.

The merged team manages over £300m of private client and charity funds.

The new East Anglia office will provide investment management services to private clients including pensions, ISAs, trusts and charities.

Wheeler said: "The move marks the start of a new era for us in the Region and we are confident that the teams will continue to grow and build on the successes of the past years."

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Brewin Dolphin head of Norwich Richard Larner said: "I am confident that all our clients will be very well served from our new East Anglia office and that we will continue to grow our important and highly valued business in Norfolk and Suffolk from this very impressive new location."