Edinburgh firm Chiene + Tair bought out by its own management team

The deal will see the duo take on full ownership from existing shareholders

Hope William-Smith
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Scottish firm Chiene + Tait Financial Planning has been acquired by its own management team in a buyout deal lead by two directors.

The advice firm was established 2000 and has offices in Glasgow, Inverness and London in addition to its headquarters Directors Mark Dobson and Gordon Birrell will now take full ownership of the firm from the existing shareholder, which is its sister company law practice.  As part of this deal, it will rebrand as ‘Seven Street Wealth' and move to new premises in the west end of Edinburgh. Dobson said: "There are fewer independent financial advisory firms in the market, due to consolidation in our sector and Seven Street Wealth pride itself on being privately owned. "Under our le...

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