NatWest considering Tilney Smith & Williamson takeover offer - reports

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Chris Woodhouse, CEO of Tilney Smith & Williamson

Chris Woodhouse, CEO of Tilney Smith & Williamson

NatWest Group is weighing a takeover offer for Tilney Smith & Williamson, according to a report from Sky News.

Tilney Smith & Williamson is being put up for sale by its private equity owners this year, with NatWest among a number of banks and financial investors that are said to be interested in bidding for...

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