Craven Street Wealth Ltd acquires two complementary financial advisory firms

Financial Services | Mergers & Acquisitions | South West

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Boutique corporate finance advisors, Craven Street Capital, has launched Craven Street Wealth Ltd and immediately acquired two complementary independent financial advisory firms as it takes the first steps on its buy-and-build growth strategy.

London-based Craven Street Wealth has acquired Kreston Reeves Financial Planning Ltd and Christchurch Investment Management Ltd.

Craven Street Capital specialises in advising UK and international companies looking to conduct corporate activities such as mergers and acquisitions (M&A), initial public offerings (IPO), private placement, asset sales, debt financing, seeding and corporate structuring.

Both Canterbury-based, Kreston Reeves, and London-based Christchurch provide a platform for the Craven Street Wealth business with a loyal client base and in-house discretionary fund management capability. Both firms bring to the table over £850m in assets under administration.

Shawbrook Bank supported the acquisitions through a £9.5m commercial loan.

Soondra Appavoo, CEO at Craven Street Wealth Ltd, said: “We are delighted to have acquired Kreston Reeves Financial Planning and Christchurch Investment Management to create Craven Street Wealth. Both businesses are well established with a real focus on client outcomes.

“Kreston Reeves Financial Planning is a high quality Chartered Financial Planning firm with a strong reputation across the South East. Christchurch Investment Management has an excellent investment track record and we believe there are real opportunities for the two business to work together for the benefit of clients.

“As a specialist lender, Shawbrook understood our business and recognised the tremendous potential in our growth plans. We plan to work together to make further acquisitions over the next few years to create a substantial challenger in the financial planning and wealth management market.”

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