Charles Stanley buys Leeds-based Middleton Croft

All managers will move to Charles Stanley

Anna Fedorova
clock • 1 min read

Charles Stanley has bought Leeds-based discretionary investment management firm Myddleton Croft.

The deal will see all of Middleton Croft's investment managers join Charles Stanley. Patrick Toes, Carolyn Black and Robert Feather will report into Simon Martin, branch manager of Charles Stanley Leeds, and Jonathan Baker, who now has overarching responsibility for Charles Stanley's northern hub comprising Leeds and Manchester. Charles Stanley also said its Leeds office has continued growth plans and is currently recruiting for additional investment managers. Charles Stanley CEO Paul Abberley (pictured) said: "I am delighted to welcome the Myddleton Croft team to Charles Stanley w...

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