UK wealth management group Tilney has said it is eyeing up further potential acquisitions on the back of a record year that saw the firm's average assets under management increase by 60% year-on-year to reach £24bn at the end of 2017, with 75% of assets in discretionary mandates or funds.
In Tilney's full-year results, the firm said it is looking to "augment growth with new hires and potential acquisition opportunities", but added the 62% increase in gross new business demonstrates the...
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