Broadstone acquires Quattro Pensions

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Broadstone Group has acquired Midlands-based administration provider Quattro Pensions.
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Broadstone Group has acquired Midlands-based administration provider Quattro Pensions.

Broadstone Group has acquired Midlands-based administration provider Quattro Pensions in a bid to boost its growth in the occupational pension schemes market.

This comes after employee benefits and pension consulting business Broadstone was itself acquired earlier this year by Intermediate Capital Group. A total 120 clients of Quattro Pensions will come under...

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