Capital gains tax fears sparks M&A broker boom

Peter Blanc standing_Gherkin

Private equity backed consolidators snapped up a huge number of brokers selling before the Spring Budget, and Aston Lark, which is now backed by the might of private equity arm of Goldman Sachs, led the way.

Private equity backed consolidators snapped up a huge number of brokers selling before the Spring Budget, and Aston Lark,which is now backed by the might of private equity arm of Goldman Sachs, led the way. 

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