Fairstone acquires Essex-based Sacre adding £450m in AUM

Sacre Associates is a whole of market advice firm in Chelmsford

Jenna Brown
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Fairstone has acquired Essex-based Sacre Associates with the transaction adding £450m in assets under management (AUM) to the consolidator's books.

Sacre Associates is a whole of market advice firm in Essex which has been in operation for almost forty years. Along with the £450m in AUM, the deal sees 12 advisers, 19 support staff and 1,200 clients join Fairstone. The consolidator and national wealth manager said the deal was part of its expansion into the home counties. Fairstone chief executive Lee Hartley (pictured) said: "We are delighted to welcome Sacre Associates to the Fairstone family. Its innovative approach, unwavering commitment to exceptional client service and focus on developing internal talent make them the perfect...

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