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UBS buys Scott Goodman Harris

Swiss banking giant UBS is buying London IFA Scott Goodman Harris in the latest stage of its push into the UK wealth management sector.

The deal sees the 15 RI firm, which specialises in pensions and investment advice to high net worth individuals, rebranded under UBS&#39s wealth management arm.

Scott Goodman Harris managing partner David Scott says: “This is a good fit because we will be able to offer our existing an even better service as well as working with UBS clients needing professional advice on life and pension products.”

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