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£380m assets under administration
£120m assets under advice
2017 was a bad year to invest in a new structured product. In an ideal world (where volatility is high and markets have fallen), new structured products can deliver higher potential returns and lower market entry points.
Revenue increased 17.4%
Remain in senior management team
Expected to complete acquisition in 2019
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Wealth manager Mattioli Woods has bought advice firm Taylor Patterson for £8.3m, adding a further £640m to its £5.4bn of client assets.
Mattioli Woods is to acquire advice firm Boyd Coughlan in a £7m deal and has also announced plans to raise a more than £18m from shareholders to fund further growth.
Bob Woods, executive chairman of advice firm Mattioli Woods, is to pay out half the value of his 15.1% stake in the firm to his ex-wife under the terms of their divorce settlement.
Fidelity's Leigh Himsworth is investing in wealth management companies as a key theme within his UK Opportunities fund, in the hope M&A and pension reforms will boost the sector.
Wealth manager Mattioli Woods has quadrupled discretionary assets under management to £750m in the year to May 2014.
Wealth manager Ashcourt Rowan has sold its remaining SIPP and SSAS business to Mattioli Woods.