M&A firm for IFAs City & Capital rebrands to The Exit Partnership

‘Knowledge hub for business owners’

Julia Bahr
clock • 3 min read

City & Capital Acquisitions, a merger & acquisition (M&A) business for financial planning firm owners, has revealed it is rebranding to The Exit Partnership.

The new company name reflects the mission of managing director, Victoria Hicks, and head of strategic exits, Brian Hill, who will head up the Exit Partnership, to "demystify" the M&A process, according to the firm. It said it would offer a comprehensive knowledge hub for business owners through its new website. "The hub will feature a series of 60-second videos which answer the most common questions about the process of exiting a financial planning firm." The aim of the Exit Partnership knowledge hub, it added, was to become the "go-to" resource for those wanting to plan their exit ap...

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