Corbel Partners buys four firms as buyout proposition launches

The firm has two further acquisitions planned for this year

Sahar Nazir
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Corbel Partners has concluded four acquisitions in the past month, marking the beginning of its members-only buyout proposition.

Three of the deals were with firms that were already appointed representatives of the network. The third saw the firm purchase a client bank of a registered individual. Corbel Partners said it has two further acquisitions planned for 2023. The firm's founders, Paul Heath and David O'Hara, said the four recent acquisitions are just the start of their strategy to help advisers plan their financial services exit while staying within the Corbel Partners network. One of the acquired firms was Staffordshire-based advice, Wealth Design, which had £98m in assets under management. O'Hara...

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