Wren Sterling makes fifth acquisition since its inception

Adding £68m

Sophie King
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Wren Sterling has completed its fifth acquisition since its inception in 2015, acquiring Woking-based IFA Frobisher Capital.

The acquisition was made for an undisclosed price and will add around £68m to Wren Sterling's assets under advice. Frobisher adviser Murray Peterman will be joining the Wren Sterling and continue as an IFA.  Frobisher director John Westlake will retire following a short handover period.  Wren Sterling has offices in Glasgow, Grantham, Halifax, London, Nottingham, Warwick and Weybridge.  Wren Sterling CEO Ian Halley said he was delighted to welcome the new client bank to the firm, adding: "John deserves his retirement after many years of guiding clients through the biggest financial...

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