Gee & Watson continues growth with latest acquisition

Creates Merseyside's ‘second largest' advice business

Paul Cochrane, Adrian Cleator and Paul Bradshaw

Paul Cochrane, Adrian Cleator and Paul Bradshaw

Merseyside-based IFA Gee & Watson (G&W) has bought McEwan Wallace Wealth Management in a multi-million pound acquisition which it says creates the area's second largest firm.

G&W said the combined businesses will employ 30 people and have funds under management of more than £350m. It is G&W's third acquisition within the last five years. The McEwan Wallace Wealth Management...

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