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Built over years of M&A, Tilney is ready to deliver its discretionary proposition with a slim-lined fund buy list

Asset allocator Tilney Group

The newly rebranded Tilney Group could be the poster child for the transformative benefits of consolidation. Less than three years after it was acquired by Bestinvest, the discretionary manager has smashed the £23bn mark in assets under management and has nearly doubled its profits over the past financial calendar year.

Chris Godding is also very much a part of the new Tilney fabric, having only been in the CIO chair since February.

Smarter not bigger

With each new acquisition, Tilney has set about recalibrating its asset allocation and fund selection process, drawing inspiration from its new partners. But it was the purchase of Ingenious Asset Management that Godding says has left the biggest imprint on Tilney’s culture.

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