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Wells Capital Investment Solutions undergoes fresh makeover

Wells Capital Investment Solutions undergoes fresh makeover

Wealth firm Wells Capital Investment Solutions has rebranded to Wellian Investment Solutions.

In the second makeover in the space of two-and-a-half years, the firm formerly known as Fund Intelligence said the new name is a better reflection of its roots.

'The new name, accompanied by a rebranding, reflects their origins and location as an investment house based in Tunbridge Wells,' explained investment director Chris Mayo.

Wellian Investment Solutions, which employs 13 people including former Wealth Manager cover star Eric Clapton (pictured), was founded in 2000 and launched its discretionary service in 2008.

It hit £185 million in assets under management at the end of last year.

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