NatWest considering Tilney Smith & Williamson takeover offer - reports

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NatWest Group is weighing a takeover offer for Tilney Smith & Williamson, according to a report from Sky News over the weekend.

Tilney Smith & Williamson is being put up for sale by its private equity owners this year, with NatWest among a number of banks and financial investors that are said to be interested in bidding for the firm. Sky News said it had learned from sources that NatWest is in the "early stages" of considering an offer. NatWest Group told Investment Week it would not comment on the report. Tilney Smith & Williamson AUM reaches record £57.7bn ahead of summer rebrand The group already owns a number of brands, including private banking and wealth management firm Coutts, asset finance provid...

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