IFA Johnston Financial on verge of completing two-year management buyout

Plans to double size in five years

Sophie King
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From left to right: Adrian Johnston, John McArdle and Suzanne Gray.
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From left to right: Adrian Johnston, John McArdle and Suzanne Gray.

Edinburgh-based IFA Johnston Financial is on the verge of completing a two-year management buyout (MBO) to help boost the business as it aims to double in size.

The firm is set to complete the MBO process in October, which it said would accelerate a period of "ambitious growth" in a bid to double the size of the business.  Johnston Financial said it has...

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