If you are an investor interested in seeking advice from the wealth managing companies should always be aware of their ongoing events. If you are already a client of a company, you should be aware of what is happening in the company and how it will have its affects on you and your assets. Major events that a company can undergo would be its inception, growth, decline and merger. While decline need not be a necessary reason for its merger with another company, merger can prove to be beneficial. The latest news in merger of a consultant company is that of Derbyshire Booth, a Preston-based Wealth Manager into Tenet. Let us look a little deeper into the details.
Tenet group, on 30th April,2019, announced that it will buy the Derbyshire Booth, the Preston-based Wealth Manager. This deal is the 13th deal for Tenet under the buy-out practice which it adopted in January, 2019.
The reason behind the deal
For Tenet, this deal was a part of the chain acquisition schemes, as a part of its buy-out strategy to increase its assets. It also looked forward to boost the company’s North West Hub, based in Preston. The deal comes as a blessing in disguise because, Greg Heath, the director of Derbyshire Booth will be continuing with his firm.
The buy-out model was designed to make the retirement process easy for the network member firms.
Greg had had ab association of 16 years with Tenet and was impressed by the company’s dedication to service and innovation. Considering this statement, it can be concluded that the deal was quite obvious.
The Derbyshire Booth, committed to provide its customers with quality financial services to its clients, was on the lookout for a partner with additional resources and Tenet was the most obvious partner.
The deal is expected to bring additional assets worth £26 million to the Tenet Group, which aims to expand its outreach to its North West Hub, also based in Preston.
The Derbyshire Booth will continue to trade under its current name, but is named the subsidiary of Tenet’s advice company, Aspire Financial Management.
The deal helps in the growth of both the companies – Tenet will have a better outreach and The Derbyshire Booth will get additional resources from Tenet.
The clients of the Derbyshire Booth need not bother about the quality of services they are offered as the company may get additional well-equipped advisors, rendering them with better investment advice. The company says it is always committed to high-standard service to its clients and customer satisfaction.
The deal, over time, will definitely prove to be beneficial to both the firms, with the improvement in the financial advice services to the clients. Also, there will be a co-operation between Aspire Financial Management and the Derbyshire Booth, both of which excel in providing Investment advice to their clients. With this merger, this quality will improve and the combined client-base will also be larger. The future ventures of the companies are eagerly awaited.