Curtis Banks has met all of the pre-conditions to acquire rival SIPP provider Talbot and Muir, including approval from the Financial Conduct Authority.
Completion of the £25m deal will occur on 30 October, around three months after the acquisition plans were first announced. Talbot and Muir, an independent self-invested personal pension (SIPP) and small self-administered scheme (SSAS) provider, has 75 staff with offices in Nottingham and Leeds. Its administers more than 7,000 pensions with assets under administration of about £3.4bn. Curtis Banks CEO Will Self said: "I am delighted that the acquisition of Talbot and Muir will complete at the end of the month. Our two businesses are highly compatible in terms of the culture, service ...
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