Tweed WM snaps up 'rival' in bid to expand in Scottish Highlands

Tom Ellis
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John Home (left) and Chris Tweed (right).
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John Home (left) and Chris Tweed (right).

Scottish advice firm Tweed Wealth Management has acquired "rival" Inverness-based firm John Home Wealth Management to take its assets under management to £380m.

The acquisition has taken Tweed's headcount to 21, 10 of which are financial advisers. The firm said all existing staff, including the firm's principal John Home(pictured, left), will join Tweed te...

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