East Anglia firms Almary Green and Smith & Pinching merge

Combined business to have 35 advisers

Hannah Godfrey
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East Anglia firms Almary Green and Smith & Pinching merge

East Anglia-based advice firms Almary Green and Smith & Pinching have merged to create a business boasting 125 staff.

The firms have worked together on a number of projects over the past three years and during that time, they said, it had become apparent to the company's directors they shared a similar culture and...

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