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Campbell Dallas joins Succession

Campbell Dallas Financial Services is joining Succession Advisory Services.

The IFA firm has £200m in funds under management, and will become Succession’s Scotland-based hub.

Succession chief executive Simon Chamberlain says: “Campbell Dallas is a high quality and powerful brand in Scotland and it has the capacity to develop and integrate other businesses into its own proposition.”

CDFS chairman Jim Campbell says: “The forthcoming regulatory changes to take place in 2012 have provided us with a spur to further evolve the CDFS brand and we look forward to working with Succession to substantially improve client service and to help IFA firms in Scotland achieve their goals in a climate of change.”

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