Craven Street Wealth acquires Bernard Barrett Associates

Deal with £1.25bn comes after last year’s acquisition of Tarvos Wealth

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Craven Street Wealth has acquired financial planning firm Bernard Barrett Associates.

The deal means £1.25bn of assets under management will be added to the books of London-based Craven Street. Craven Street Wealth was formed in 2021 when parent firm Craven Street Capital acquired and merged Kreston Reeves Financial Planning and Christchurch Investment Management. This latest acquisition follows last year's acquisition of Tarvos Wealth. The firm is now comprised of eighteen financial planners. All Bernard Barrett Associates staff including managing director Bernard Barrett will stay within the business and continue to work from London. Director Stuart Bates will ...

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