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B&B acquires Aitchison & Colegrave

Bradford & Bingley has today announced the acquisition of Scottish
IFA Aitchison & Colegrave as part of its strategy to increase its mid to
high net worth business.
The IFA is to be rebranded Charcol Aitchison & Colgrave and current
management will remain with the business.
One of Scotland&#39s leading IFAs, Aitchison & Colegrave has four
offices across Scotland with 20 advisers. Its turnover to July 2002
was £4.1m with £2.5m in net assets.
The acquisition follows B&B&#39s earlier acaquisition of Holden Meehan
in June.

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