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Brian Weber

Chief Executive Quilter Cheviot Europe

My main responsibility is for the management of the Dublin Office, I believe our success has been based upon a very experienced and highly qualified team. The team is committed to providing our clients with a very professional service, fine attention to detail and is focused on delivering portfolios which are tailored to individual client requirements.

He is a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin and was previously a President of the Irish Branch of the CISI.

Brian was instrumental in the establishment of Quilter Cheviot Europe. Throughout his career, Brian maintained lasting industry connections, this has assisted Quilter Cheviot building a highly experienced and very well recognised team in Ireland. Brian has nearly 30 years’ experience in the private client investment management industry. He has a long track record of managing portfolios of investments for Private Individuals, Charities, Pensions and Corporate clients. He has worked for over two decades with many of the colleagues on the Quilter Cheviot, Dublin Team. Brian previously worked at Goodbody Stockbrokers and was also Director at Davy Private Clients.

Brian is married to Yvonne, they have five children and when he is not ferrying them around, he enjoys Mountain Biking in Dublin & Wicklow. Brian is a keen reader and a social golfer with a particular emphasis on the social side of the game. Whatever time is left in the week is spent watching the occasional soccer or rugby match.