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RJ Temple will finish purchase by end of year

RJ Temple has confirmed it will complete the acquisition of a small specialist IFA before the end of the year.

The national IFA with almost 250 advisers two further acquisitions in the pipeline for January.

It says it is currently considering a number of firms in England and Scotland and is locking to use the businesses to expand both its retail and corporate divisions.

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