Legal firm Wildcat Law to build IFA network and eyes up PE investment

Plans to add 25 advisers

Julia Bahr
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Wildcat Law, a boutique national law firm offering a platform for legal professionals to provide services nationwide, has revealed plans to expand "significantly" by building a network of independent financial advisers. 

Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, Wildcat Law was founded by married couple David Robinson, a Chartered wealth manager, and Tahina Akther, a barrister, to offer a private office service to high-net-worth clients along with contested probate, family, commercial and property law services. Co-founder Robinson (pictured, left) said once the company has received Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) authorisation, it will start to recruit advisers. "Our initial plan is to have 25 nationally (England and Wales) within two to three years. We already have a number of advisers seeking...

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