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Ingenious AM and Thurleigh to merge

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Ingenious AM and Thurleigh to merge

Ingenious Asset Management and Thurleigh Investment Managers are to merge.

The deal has received FCA approval and is scheduled to complete at the end of April. Ingenious and Thurleigh will combine their investment teams and manage £1.8 billion in discretionary private client assets and platform- based model portfolios

Ingenious was established in 2003 and specialises in managing money on behalf of individuals, charities, families, trusts and pension funds. Ingenious, meanwhile, manages £1.5 billion of client assets, primarily in global multi-asset portfolios, and manages over £120 million on platforms

Also established in 2003, Thurleigh, run by Charles MacKinnon (pictured) manages £300 million assets on behalf of private investors, family offices and charities

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