Fairstone acquires Leicester-based advice firm, adding £200m FUM

Second of the year

Sophie King
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From left to right: Fairstone divisional director Mike Slater, Brett & Randall director & IFA Ian Dunk and Brett & Randall managing director and IFA Ralph Mitchell.
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From left to right: Fairstone divisional director Mike Slater, Brett & Randall director & IFA Ian Dunk and Brett & Randall managing director and IFA Ralph Mitchell.

Consolidator Fairstone has acquired Leicester-based advice firm Brett & Randall Financial Services, adding a total of £200m of funds under management (FUM).

The purchase was Fairstone's second of the year and added 420 clients to the group's books, as well as bringing Brett & Randall's three advisers and seven support staff onto the payroll. Brett & Randall...

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