Tilney and Smith & Williamson complete £45bn merger after delays

£47bn assets under management

Jenna Brown
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Group CEO Chris Woodhouse
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Group CEO Chris Woodhouse

The merger of Tilney and Smith & Williamson has completed today (1 September) with the combined operation becoming the UK’s third-largest asset manager based on revenues.

The business will now be known as Tilney Smith & Williamson but its existing client-facing brands, Tilney, Smith & Williamson and Bestinvest will not be immediately changed. The £45bn merger was delayed...

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