MAB departures continues as Hill Dicks picks up partner duo

Hill Dickinson has announced it has acquired Matthew Arnold Baldwin’s (MAB) commercial and wealth management practices in a move which will see equity partners Iain Donaldson and Mark Weston join the firm.

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