Philip Chambers, who joins from financial services company Intertrust Group, has more than ten years’ experience in financial services.
The firm says Mr Chambers “brings with him a wealth of skills and expertise.”
Before joining Brewin Dolphin, he held senior roles at HSBC Private Bank and SG Hambros Private Bank, where he was responsible for managing client portfolios on a discretionary and advisory basis.
In his role at Brewin Dolphin, he will manage the discretionary portfolios of private and intermediary clients, and also has a mandate to help develop the business in the Channel Islands.
Brewin Dolphin has more than £39 billion in total funds.
Philip Chambers said: “I’m delighted to join Brewin Dolphin, a company with a reputable brand and a long and distinguished history, and I look forward to working with our local and international clients alike in order to help them plan and achieve their long-term financial goals.”
Mark Miles, head of Brewin Dolphin, Channel Islands, said: “Philip’s skills and experience really stood out for us, he has the right attitude and expertise to add value for our clients and also to our team in Jersey.
“We look forward to working with him and wish him all the best as he settles into his new role.”