Saltus snaps up Hertfordshire-based NSL Wealth

Second acquisition in six months

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Saltus Group has acquired 23-year-old wealth management and IFA firm NSL Wealth as part of its long-term growth strategy, the firm revealed.

NSL Wealth was set up by Syd Symonds in 1999 and has grown to £160m assets under management. Symonds will retire but the firm's five staff will move across to Saltus with its office in Bushey, Hertfordshire...

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