Benchmark Capital snaps up Redbourne Wealth Management

Completes 26th IFA acquisition

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Benchmark's latest acquisition is part of the firm's strategy to not only expand its own advice but also to support firms with their own, structured efficiency, growth and exit planning, it said.
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Benchmark's latest acquisition is part of the firm's strategy to not only expand its own advice but also to support firms with their own, structured efficiency, growth and exit planning, it said.

Benchmark Capital, part of the Schroders Group, has completed the acquisition of the remaining interest in Redbourne Wealth Management.

Schroders told PA the firm will become part of Benchmark Capital and not Schroders Personal Wealth, the group's other advice business. Benchmark Capital first purchased a majority stake (67%) in Redbourne...

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