PE-backed Skerritts buys Bradbury Hamilton

City-based Chartered IFA Firm

Jenna Brown
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Bradbury Hamilton is headed up by Sheriar Bradbury (pictured) and brings assets under management of £330m to Brighton and Hove-based Skerritts.
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Bradbury Hamilton is headed up by Sheriar Bradbury (pictured) and brings assets under management of £330m to Brighton and Hove-based Skerritts.

Private equity-backed Skerritts has bought City of London-based Chartered IFA Bradbury Hamilton in its latest acquisition deal.

Bradbury Hamilton is headed up by Sheriar Bradbury (pictured) and brings assets under management of £330m to Brighton and Hove-based Skerritts. Skerritts chief executive Richard Skerritt said: "...

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