Litigation settlement drives AssetCo's M&A strategy

Chaired by Martin Gilbert

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AssetCo chair Martin Gilbert.
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AssetCo chair Martin Gilbert.

AssetCo is hunting for more acquisitions to bolster its asset and wealth management strategy after collecting more than £30m from the conclusion of the Grant Thornton litigation.

In October 2020, Grant Thornton informed AssetCo that it would not appeal to the Supreme Court in relation to being held liable for negligence for not exposing a fraud at AssetCo. This crystalised ...

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