Radiant Financial snaps up three more IFAs

Consolidator completes fifth acquisition in 2022 as AUA hits £1.3bn

Following the purchase of two Scottish IFAs earlier this month, consolidator Radiant Financial Group has bought three more IFAs, bringing its total AUA up to £1.3bn. 

The firm acquired Barnstaple-based Irvine Financial Services, which has £136m in AUA and eight members of staff, including three advisers.   Additionally, Radiant bought Oldham-based Landmark Financial Planning. The firm has £98m in AUA and six staff members, including three advisers.   Most recently, it bought Henley-in-Arden-based Andrew Gibbs IFA which added £91m in AUA and takes its total staff numbers to 130.  Radiant chief executive Simon Cogman-Hellier said: "We are delighted that Irvine Financial Services, Landmark Financial Planning and Andrew Gibbs IFA have chosen to part...

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