Titan Wealth buys London-based Haibun Wealth to bolster proposition

Third acquisition in 2022

Julia Bahr
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James Kaberry and Andrew Fearon, joint-CEOs of Titan Wealth said: "The acquisition of Haibun presents an exciting opportunity for Titan Wealth to diversify its offering beyond what is typically provided by mainstream wealth management firms. Haibun also brings an important community of clients and providers to expand Titan Wealth's network."
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James Kaberry and Andrew Fearon, joint-CEOs of Titan Wealth said: "The acquisition of Haibun presents an exciting opportunity for Titan Wealth to diversify its offering beyond what is typically provided by mainstream wealth management firms. Haibun also brings an important community of clients and providers to expand Titan Wealth's network."

Titan Wealth Holdings has acquired London-based Haibun Wealth as part of its ongoing strategy to diversify its offering to the wealth and asset management sector.

With assets under management (AUM) of £200m, Haibun Wealth was founded in 2005 and offers a range of solutions for professional clients and high net worth individuals (HNWI) seeking alternative inv...

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