Marygold & Co acquires Tiger Financial in first UK deal

US parent company

Jenna Brown
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Marygold & Co. (UK) has completion of its acquisition of Tiger Financial & Asset Management adding £42m in assets under advice.

Tiger is based in Boughton, Northampton and its core business is managing clients' financial wealth across a diverse product range, the business said. Marygold & Co. (UK) was formed in August 2021 to make acquisitions in the UK for its parent company in the US, The Marygold Companies (TMC). It said its UK operations intended to leverage the proprietary fintech capabilities of TMC, currently in development, and "provide ‘bionic' wealth management services to UK clients through a combination of App-based functionality enriched by access to qualified financial advisers". Matthew Parde...

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