Wealth management on the rise in Ireland

A newly wealthy middle class and a move away from property investments are good news for firms like Bloxham Stockbrokers, writes Business Correspondent Samantha McCaughren.

31st March, 2007

A newly wealthy middle class and a move away from property investments are good news for firms like Bloxham Stockbrokers, writes Business Correspondent Samantha McCaughren.

Bloxham Stockbrokers’ asset management division is taking in €50 million a month, but new managing partner Pramit Ghose, who takes over at the helm tomorrow, plans to expand wealth management services in Ireland and expand its funds business into Britain.

The company has 5,000 private clients, and Ghose believes...

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