Editor's View: The consolidation news keeps on coming

The editor's Friday Night Takeaway from 19 April

Hope Coumbe
clock • 1 min read

The consolidation news just keeps on coming with this week's top story the Titan Wealth purchase of Norwich IFA Loveday & Partners.

The deal brings Titan Wealth's total assets under management to £17.3bn and more than 1,000 clients. The firm is on a mission to grow its footprint in the East of England – an ambition I'm sure it can follow through on given its chief executive is also its head of mergers & acquisitions. Busy busy busy! Elsewhere, Nucleus-owned Third Financial announced this week that discretionary wealth firm Moundstone Partners will be the latest joiner to its platform. The two have signed a six-year deal which comes on the back of Third Financial's recent signings with power houses Downing, BRI Wealth...

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