AssetCo completes acquisition of Saracen

Plans to expand fund range

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Martin Gilbert, AssetCo chair.
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Martin Gilbert, AssetCo chair.

AssetCo has completed the acquisition of Edinburgh-based Saracen Fund Managers for £2.75m and sets out plans to broaden the product range.

Peter McKellar, deputy chair and CEO of AssetCo, said: "The completion of the acquisition of Saracen Fund Managers is part of AssetCo's overall strategy of investing in, building and managing asset and...

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