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Syndicate launches wealth management business

Syndicate Asset Management has launched is new wealth management business, Ashcourt Rowan.

The newly formed firm has been created through the merger of Syndicate subsidiaries Ashcourt Asset Management, Ashcourt Financial Planning and Rowan and Company Capital Management.

It will be led by former Lloyds TSB Private Banking chief executive Mark Cheshire, and will offer discretionary fund management, retirement planning, inheritance tax planning and trusts and school fees planning.

Cheshire says: “We are delighted to have now successfully brought these businesses together. It will allow us to widen the awareness for our services without compromising quality.”


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