Nucleus and James Hay PE owner looking to sell stake - reports

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Tom Ellis
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Nucleus and James Hay PE owner looking to sell stake - reports

The private equity firm that has snapped up James Hay's parent company and bought Nucleus Financial in recent years is reported to be looking to sell at least a part of its stake in the platforms already.

Financial News reports that a number of market sources understand Epiris, the private equity owner of the two adviser platform businesses, is looking to sell in 2022. The firm bought James Hay's parent...

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