Curtis Banks completes £25m acquisition of Talbot and Muir

'Clear vision for the group'

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Curtis Banks CEO Will Self: "I want to continue to grow the business organically and through acquisitions."
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Curtis Banks CEO Will Self: "I want to continue to grow the business organically and through acquisitions."

Curtis Banks has completed the acquisition of Talbot and Muir after receiving regulatory approval from the Financial Conduct Authority.

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. It administers more than 6,500...

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