Clifton AM to acquire Portsmouth advice firm

In talks with 13 firms

Sophie King
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Anthony Carty: "It's a bit of a leap of faith selling a business and some firms want a defined exit strategy with some confidence but that might not be right now."
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Anthony Carty: "It's a bit of a leap of faith selling a business and some firms want a defined exit strategy with some confidence but that might not be right now."

Clifton Asset Management has agreed to acquire Southsea-based firm Leonard Gold Financial Management and has said it is in talks with as many as 12 or 13 other businesses.

Leonard Gold Financial Management, which was originally part of Leonard Gold Chartered Accountants, will initially join the Clifton Wealth Partnership as an appointed representative with the downstream...

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