Rathbones and Investec W&I complete merger to create £100bn wealth manager

‘Enlarged Rathbones group’

Valeria Martinez
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Rathbones’ merger with Investec W&I has been completed, creating one of the largest discretionary wealth managers in the UK, with £100bn in combined assets.

Investec W&I will now operate under the Rathbones brand with Investec Group as a long-term, strategic shareholder. As previously announced back in April, the deal implied an equity value of approximately £839m for Investec W&I UK. The transaction was approved by shareholders in June, with 94.4% of votes cast in favour of the merger and 5.6% against, according to a regulatory filing. Investec W&I UK merges with Rathbones in £839m deal Paul Stockton, group CEO of Rathbones, said Rathbones' combination with Investec W&I UK presents "many exciting future opportunities". "Completion ...

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