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Nottingham IFA boosts assets to £400m with double acquisition

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Nottingham IFA boosts assets to £400m with double acquisition

Nottingham-based Sterling McCall Wealth Management has boosted assets under advice by £400 million after purchasing two advice firms.

The East Midlands IFA has bought IFAs Bromley & Coe and Meridian Financial Management.

The acquisitions add £50 million of assets under advice to Sterling McCall which bought Sutcliffe Solloway Financial Planning in April last year to bring assets to £290 million.

Stephen Moseley (pictured), managing director of Sterling McCall, said: ‘Both companies are a good fit for our network. [Bromley & Coe ‘s directors] Brent Bromley and John Coe will work from Sterling McCall’s recently opened Grimsby office established following the purchase of Sutcliffe Solloway last year.

‘We now have hit over £400 million in assets under management and Sterling McCall expects to complete further acquisitions shortly.’

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