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Redmayne-Bentley’s Grampian branch, based in Huntly, celebrated its 15th anniversary this year by hosting a coffee morning. The event was held with fellow tenants and clients at the Huntly Business Centre in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support (registered charity no: SC039907). The successful coffee morning which was attended by clients and visitors to the Business Centre, helped to raise over £300 for the charity.

Redmayne-Bentley offers a full range of investment services to meet individual needs, from share dealing to bespoke discretionary portfolio management.

The Grampian branch was opened in January 1999 by Jolyon Robinson at his home in Glass. The business moved to the Huntly Business Centre in January 2001. Jolyon retired in 2010 and Investment Managers Emma Plumpton and Fiona Gordon now run the branch, ably assisted by colleagues Carol McKen and Lauren Petrie.

According to Emma Plumpton, Huntly is an ideal location from which to service their clients, who are mainly based in Aberdeen City and Shire. The Business Centre, at which the Grampian branch now occupies three offices, provides convenient, serviced office accommodation with ample parking. The firm is proud of its reputation for providing a personal and professional service, and was recognised for this by winning Stockbroker of the Year 2014 at the City of London Wealth Management Awards. 

The Grampian branch is open Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm. For further information please call Emma Plumpton or Fiona Gordon on 01466 799444 or e-mail

Redmayne-Bentley was established in 1875 and is now one of the leading independently owned private client stockbrokers in the UK, with 39 regional offices throughout the UK and in the Republic of Ireland.

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