Monetary Planning agency Calton Wealth Administration has acquired fellow Scottish adviser agency Morrison Personalised Wealth Administration (MPWM), its first acquisition.

Morrison’s founder and managing director Ian Morrison will be a part of Edinburgh-based Calton immediately as an employed adviser.


Calton was based in 2021 by skilled IFA and Monetary Planner Tom Ham. It gives bespoke Monetary Planning to shoppers and has places of work in Edinburgh, London and the Scottish Borders.

Calton differentiates itself by charging mounted charges to shoppers for his or her monetary plans after which a most implementation payment of 1% of any cash invested.

Mr Morrison based MPWM in 2016 following a profession with a chartered IFA and was founding associate at Prudential Monetary Planning. He’s a Chartered Fellow of the CII and CISI.

Mr Morrison mentioned: “I’m thrilled to be becoming a member of forces with Calton. My work is guided by the ethos of offering the very best high quality, skilled and private service to shoppers for an inexpensive payment. 

“With the regulatory world altering, there’s extra stress on smaller corporations to hitch vertically built-in corporations and to then turn out to be a salesman for the larger agency’s merchandise. In contrast, I’m assured that by becoming a member of Calton, I might be becoming a member of a enterprise that shares my values, one that’s unbiased, client-centric and targeted on the very best high quality recommendation and providers.”

Mr Ham mentioned: “This primary acquisition is a vital milestone for all of us at Calton. MPWM is a superb enterprise with its shoppers’ finest pursuits firmly at its coronary heart and that’s all the way down to the tradition that Ian has grown there. He additionally has an enormous quantity of expertise and technical information which he’s eager to go on.

“Ian will play a significant new position within the enterprise as we go ahead: his mentorship and experience might be invaluable in shaping the subsequent era of Calton advisers.”

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