AFH Financial Group has snapped up Welsh IFA AG Financial Planning for £422,000 in what marks its seventeenth acquisition.
IFA network On-line Partnership group has been acquired by US-based asset manager Russell Investments.
The investment industry is inefficient and in need of a radical overhaul if it wants to meet the needs of an under-served consumer base, Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) board member Mick McAteer has warned.
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