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Bentley Jennison buys Milton Keynes firm

Top 20 firm Bentley Jennison has been on the acquisition trail after it joined forces with the Milton Keynes-based bmf group.

Link: Bentley Jennison in Birmingham merger

The combined firm will operate under the Bentley Jennison brand, giving it an increased presence in Milton Keynes and Buckinghamshire, together with a new service line of pension scheme administration.

‘As a firm we advise our clients to have clear and focused objectives, which we help them achieve. The merger with the bmf group underlines our firm’s focus and clarity in fulfilling our strategic objective for each of our offices to be one of the leading firms in their geographical location,’ said national managing partner Tony Stockdale.

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