Are you looking for a buyer who will acquire your company with a change of control so that there will be no changes nor repapering requirements for clients?
2 Chartered individuals are looking to acquire a directly authorised business from a seller who is retiring who can demonstrate FCA compliant processes and a good compliance record. They are looking to build a boutique IFA business which aspires to enrich and strengthen the legacy of clients for a financially secure future with clear and simple financial planning. With experience over many years of successfully acquiring financial advisory firms their objective is to create a new IFA business in their own name. They have the objective to earn their clients’ trust as their financial planning partner with cradle-to-grave and intergenerational planning.
Acquisition Option - Buy-out (sell and go)
They are keen to acquire directly authorised IFAs with £5m - £40m of Funds under Management. Ideally, but not essentially you shall stay on post sale for 1 - 2 years to assist in providing a smooth transition for your clients.
They are flexible at looking at small firms where existing RI’s wish to continue advising.
Negotiable - our client typically values businesses using 3 to 3.75 times recurring income; with 50% upfront on completion date, followed by 25% in 12 months and 25% in 24 months
This is an ideal opportunity if you
Benefits of this acquisition
IFA client bank criteria
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