Tavistock Wealth acquired by Titan Wealth in £40m deal

Targets £30bn AUM in five years

Mike Sheen
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Titan Wealth has acquired Tavistock Investments’ £1bn AUM multi-asset manager business Tavistock Wealth in a deal worth up to £40m, in the disruptor’s most notable move to-date.

Launched under joint-CEOs Andrew Fearon and Pantheon founder James Kaberry, Titan has also acquired £2bn AUA financial services platform GPP and has indicated discussions regarding the acquisition of six other DFMs in efforts to "create a unique integrated offering across the whole market". Titan's ambitious strategy is targeting AUM of up to £30bn within five years of its launch. Tavistock has also entered into a ten-year strategic partnership with Titan, for whom it will act as retail distribution partner, thereby "enabling the acceleration" of organic and inorganic growth of its we...

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