Progeny boosts Scottish presence with advice firm acquisition

Second acquisition this year

Sophie King
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Progeny has expanded its presence in Scotland by acquiring Ayrshire-based financial advice firm Affinity.

The deal is Progeny's second acquisition this year after buying Leeds-based legal firm Watsons Law in February which added conveyancing expertise to its proposition. By acquiring Affinity, Progeny will be able to extend its multi-disciplinary services offering in Scotland, the firm said. Affinity specialises in providing financial planning services to a select number of private clients and their families in Scotland and the UK. It consists of a team of five and was established in 2008.  Progeny CEO Neil Moles (pictured) said: "We're proud that Affinity has chosen to join the Progen...

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