Fairstone hits 55 office locations after buying up Kent advice firm

Deal signed for Goodman Chartered Financial Planners in Tunbridge Wells

Hope Coumbe
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The 55th Fairstone office is up and running following the consolidator’s acquisition of Kent-based advice firm Goodman Chartered Financial Planners.

Fairstone today (13 December) confirmed the 35-year old firm had been acquired through its downstream buy out programme model, which sees businesses experience an integration phase with the consolidator first. The deal brings £160m of assets under the Fairstone umbrella, alongside 425 clients, five advisers, eight paraplanners, and client services staff. "Joining Fairstone was very attractive to us," said Goodman Chartered Financial Planners director Andy Smith. "Their commitment to independent financial advice and their passion for high quality service delivery very much ...

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