Attivo has acquired four IFA businesses and says it is on track to complete a further seven deals this year.
The chartered financial planning and wealth management firm has acquired Hertfordshire-based Porter DeVere, which was 130 active clients, and London-based Lifetime Financial Partnership, which has 180 active clients.
Attivo has also bought Worcester-based Morgan Fitzgerald and Bracknell-based Pearson Financial Services.
The firm has now completed five acquisitions in 2015 and says it plans to complete a total of 12 by the end of the year.
It has £500m in funds under management, administration and advice, and plans to increase this to £2bn within three years.
Attivo chief executive Stephen Harper says: “Attivo has taken the opportunity presented by a generation of IFAs seeking retirement from the industry and has worked with these firms to take over their clients and their financial planning requirements.
“For someone who has built up a loyal and valuable client bank, it is incredibly important to them that they leave their business and clients to a firm that puts the needs of their clients first.”