Tim Sargisson: Standing on the shoulders of giants

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Tim Sargisson shares his five critical rules to follow to deliver a successful outcome when selling a regulated business.

At the end of August, I stepped down as CEO of Sandringham Financial Partners after seven years at the helm. The acquisition of Sandringham by M&G leaves the business well positioned to take full advantage of opportunities in the advice sector; therefore, now is the time to move on. Selling a business for a fair price doesn't happen by chance, and Sandringham is no exception. If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants. However, in my 20 years as CEO of various regulated companies, I understand there are at least five critical rules to follow to deliver...

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