Eddie Clarke named as Brewin Dolphin Ireland’s next chief executive

UK investment firm’s Irish unit is also set to get a new deputy chief executive

Eddie Clarke joined Brewin Dolphin last November.

Eddie Clarke joined Brewin Dolphin last November.


UK investment firm Brewin Dolphin has named Eddie Clarke as the next chief executive of its Irish unit.

Mr Clarke joined Brewin Dolphin Ireland last November as it acquired the local wealth management arm of Investec, which he led, in a deal worth €44 million.

The current CEO, Matt Minch, is stepping down from his role. Mr Minch joined Tilman as a founding director in 1995. Brewin Dolphin acquired Tilman in 2011 and Mr Minch was appointed as chief executive in 2015.

Mr Minch will remain with the company to look after his clients before retiring “at a later date”, the company said.

Deputy chief executive

Daniel Macauley is set to take on the role of deputy chief executive of Brewin Dolphin Ireland. He joined the business in 2012 as a divisional director, having worked in a number of senior investment management roles for the previous two decades.

The management changes are expected to take effect in April, subject to regulatory approval, the company said.