Pair who sold firm to 1825 open new Raymond James wealth management branch

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Sophie King
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Chartered financial planners Tony Moss and Robert Goldschmidt have opened a new Raymond James wealth management branch, in Barbican, London.

The pair have worked together for more than 25 years and founded Cumberland Place Financial Management, which was acquired by 1825, the financial planning arm of Standard Life Aberdeen, in 2018. Moss (pictured, left) and Goldschmidt (pictured, right) ran Cumberland Place for nearly two decades. The new branch has opened in a bid to engage with clients who are successful but recognise the value of working with financial advisers, Raymond James said. As part of the Raymond James Barbican Investment committee, Moss and Goldschmidt will be joined by Premier Miton multi-asset manager and e...

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