Two more firms have joined Succession Advisory Services, adding £100m in funds under management (FUM) to the consolidation vehicle.
Halsall-based Richard Bamber is bringing on £40m in FUM and , according to the FSA register, has five registered individuals.
Meanwhile, Sheffield-based Facts Financial Limited, with three registered individuals, is bringing £60m in FUM.
Succession chief executive Simon Chamberlain said: "Succession continues to attract ambitious, forward-thinking client-centric businesses.
"We have a proven comprehensive transition programme delivering efficiencies, scale and economies, optimising processes and systems to support firms looking for long term growth."
The firm was launch in 2009 for former Thinc Group chief executive Chamberlain and has since partnered with more than 40 firms, representing £6.5bn in FUM.
Facts Financial managing director Ross Bolton said: "Our priority is to refine our client-service proposition to continue to meet the complex needs of our existing clients and attract new ones.
"Succession has pledged to support both organic and acquisitive growth."
Earlier this year, Succession began its acquisition phase, initially merging together five firms to form a single entity, Succession Wealth Management.
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