Cooper Parry Wealth acquires London-based financial planner

Future Perfect joins CPW bringing AUM to more than £1bn

Jenna Brown
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Cooper Parry Wealth (CPW) has acquired London-based financial planning firm Future Perfect for an undisclosed sum.

The latest CPW deal means its assets under management now stand at more than £1bn with a headcount of above 50. Future Perfect, founded in 2005 by Nick Crowe and Sue Royle, incorporates financial life planning using cash flow forecasts and investment options using low-cost evidence-based portfolios. Crowe will remain with the business for the next two years to ensure a smooth transition, CPW said. It added that Royle would take up a new role within the business for the long-term. Cooper Parry Wealth chief executive Stephen Jones said: "Right from the first conversations with Future...

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