7IM snaps up £430m Solihull firm as it continues to expand

The acquisition is part of the firm’s plans to widen its UK footprint

Sahar Nazir
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7IM has acquired Solihull-based financial planning firm, Eastcote Wealth Management.

Eastcote is a financial planning firm which has 12 financial planners, £430m of assets, and 735 clients. As part of the deal, the firm will continue to maintain its brand and independent investment proposition. Eastcote will also retain its existing management team led by John Ruddick, David Fleet, Jonathan Hearn, and Robert Kenyon. The firm's founder Trevor Law will also continue in his position as a consultant. 7IM chief executive Dean Proctor said: "Trevor, John and the team have built an exceptional business, one which shares the same forward-thinking and client-centric cult...

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