Tavistock 'strongly denies' Titan's claim of wrongful conduct

Put forward as a retaliatory step

Isabel Baxter
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Tavistock has said that it “strongly denies” Titan Wealth’s claim of wrongful conduct following its decision to terminate its multi-asset management partnership

In a statement released today (11 July), the firm hit back at Titan's statement on 9 July that Tavistock terminated the partnership against a background of serious wrongful conduct. Tavistock "strongly denies" the suggestion of wrongful conduct and considers that Titan's allegations are false and have been put forward as a retaliatory step. It also confirmed the accuracy of the announcement made to the market on 8 July and presented a table demonstrating the "unacceptable performance" by Titan shown below. Tavistock ends deal with Titan after 'unacceptable performance'    ...

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