Tim Sargisson to leave Sandringham Partners

CEO since 2015

Ayesha Venkataraman
clock • 2 min read

M&G Wealth has announced that Tim Sargisson, CEO of IFA firm Sandringham Partners, is set to leave early next year.

Sargisson has been CEO of the Huddersfield-based IFA firm since 2015 and led the acquisition of the business by M&G at the start of this year. In August 2021, M&G Wealth reached a deal to acquire the firm for an undisclosed sum. The existing management of Sandringham will remain in place and further develop its growth strategy, according to M&G Wealth. Sandringham has more than 180 IFA partners as part of the firm who look after more than £2.5bn assets under advice for around 10,000 clients. It sits alongside M&G Wealth's existing advice, platform and investment businesses and will co...

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