Client Rapport buys Moores Warren

Pow, Helen
August 2009
Money Marketing;8/27/2009, p3
The article reports that London, England-based Moores Warren was acquired by Client Rapport. As a result of this acquisition, Moores Warren's fee-based independent financial adviser (IFA) business will be rebranded as Wealth Rapport and its accountancy division will be known as Accounts Rapport. This move builds on the firm's corporate adviser division Company Rapport. Client Rapport was attracted to Moores Warren as it wanted a fee-charging offering to complement its existing business.


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