Wren Sterling adds £116m AUA with T D Armstrong purchase

Total AUA now £3.3bn

Julian Marr
Wren Sterling's Ian Halley confirmed the business was looking for further acquisition opportunities

Wren Sterling's Ian Halley confirmed the business was looking for further acquisition opportunities

National independent advisory business Wren Sterling has boosted its assets under advice (AUA) by £116m with the acquisition of Dunfermline-based firm T D Armstrong Financial Planning.

The deal, which takes Wren Sterling's total assets under advice to £3.3bn, will see financial coach Max Horne, account manager Trudi Horne and independent financial planner Fraser Rowan join the business...

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