Fairstone snaps up eighth firm through its DBO programme

£140m FUM

Sophie King
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Lee Hartley: “We are very pleased to have a company of this quality join Fairstone and we look forward to working with them and helping them to grow their business further within our unique DBO programme.”
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Lee Hartley: “We are very pleased to have a company of this quality join Fairstone and we look forward to working with them and helping them to grow their business further within our unique DBO programme.”

Consolidator Fairstone has signed its eighth deal of 2020 under its downstream buy-out (DBO) programme by partnering with Complete Financial Planning

The programme, which gradually integrates a new firm into Fairstone typically over a two-year period, brings the firm's total funds under management (FUM) to more than £1.2bn. Complete FP, based in Hereford,...

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