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Skerritt Consultants acquires Huntington Investments Ltd

Skerritt Consultants has acquired London-based IFA firm Huntington Investments.

The Brighton-based IFA, which has recently opened an office in London, acquired Huntington for an undisclosed sum.

The deal follows Skerritt’s acquisition of Watkins Oram earlier in the month.

Skerritt Consultants managing director Richard Skerritt says: “As well as adding another high quality client bank to the company, this will achieve our objective of a city office and brings on board a number of high calibre staff.

“The majority of our business now comes from London, mainly in the area of corporate pensions and wealth management, so this is a key strategic development for the company.

“While many IFA and wealth management firms are finding things tough in the current economic climate, we are continuing to grow as a result of being a well financed and well managed firm.”

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