Tilney Smith & Williamson rebrands to Evelyn Partners

Follows the merger in 2020

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Chris Woodhouse, chief executive of Evelyn Partners

Chris Woodhouse, chief executive of Evelyn Partners

Tilney Smith & Williamson has been rebranded to Evelyn Partners, effective today, following its announcement in March that it would be consolidating its brands under the new name.

First announced earlier this year, the name change follows the merger of Tilney with Smith & Williamson in 2020. The newly named Evelyn Partners is part of a move to reflect the business as a single firm with a single purpose and offering a broader, integrated offering to its clients. Evelyn Partners originates from both Evelyn Gardens, the 1893 London address of one of the founders, combined with 'partners' to reflect one of the company's core values. The group's online investment platform will retain its separated brand name as Bestinvest by Evelyn Partners. Tilney Smith & Wil...

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