Titan Wealth looking for significant acquisitions as part of its growth plan

Titan Wealth has revealed that it is looking to make a significant acquisition in the next year and a half. According to Andew Fearon, the co chief executive and head of M&A at Titan Wealth, the firm is not interested in small IFAs, but is on the hunt for a large purchase or two.

“In terms of the IFA market, we are not looking to buy small IFAs; we will make one or two strategic purchases of bigger businesses,” commented Mr Fearon.

“I’m not looking to compete with consolidators on their acquisition model because it is a crowded market.”

Titan’s acquisition strategy aligns with its growth plans: an ambitious goal of £15-20bn in assets under advice, £30bn, in assets under management, and £40bn of assets on its platform by 2026. 

Titan Wealth was founded in 2021, with the acquisition of GPP and Tavistock Wealth’s DFM arm – which is now known as Titan Asset Management.

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Louise Jeffreys is managing director of Gunner & Co, an IFA broker with values based on strong relationships built on trust, credibility and value.

Gunner & Co. specialise in IFA sales, IFA business sales, retiring IFAs and IFA client bank sales.