Tilney Smith & Williamson rebrand to Evelyn Partners goes live

'New chapter of the business'

Julia Bahr
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Following the announcement in March that Tilney Smith & Williamson will be consolidating its brands under a new name, Evelyn Partners, the rebrand has been rolled out on schedule and is live from Tuesday, 14 June.

It said all branded collateral has now been transferred, and the group's new website is live.   Bestinvest, the group's online investment platform for DIY investors which recently re-launched as a hybrid digital service now offering free coaching and fixed price advice packages, is retained as a separate brand: Bestinvest by Evelyn Partners.  Evelyn Partners said the new name reflected that the business is now one firm with a single purpose, which enables it to offer a broader, integrated offering to all clients. "Recognising the heritage of the combined businesses, the new brand is n...

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