Acquisition strategy pays off for Chase de Vere

Looking to buy more firms

Jenna Brown
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Chase de Vere chief executive Kathleen Gallagher said the business wanted to make more acquisitions of like-minded businesses.
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Chase de Vere chief executive Kathleen Gallagher said the business wanted to make more acquisitions of like-minded businesses.

Operating profit at national IFA Chase de Vere increased to its best-ever figure of £23.5m in 2021, up from £313.5m in 2020, its latest annual results show.

The business also said it had increased company turnover from just over £76m to another best-ever figure of £102.4m. The company's performance, it said, had been driven by the success of the acq...

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