Taylor Wessing advised Nutmeg on the deal.
Nutmeg is one of the UK’s leading independent digital wealth managers. This acquisition (subject to regulatory approval) by JPMorgan Chase positions the company as an integral part of the bank’s international offering, and complements the launch of Chase as a digital bank in the UK, planned for later this year.
Since it launched in 2012, Nutmeg has become one of the most successful digital challengers in the British wealth management market, building a customer base of over 140,000 investors, and amassing over £3.5 billion of assets under management, a growth of 70% year on year. The company offers award winning ISAs, Junior ISAs, Lifetime ISAs, pensions and general investment accounts available through a range of investment styles, including Smart Alpha portfolios that combine active and passively managed exchange-traded funds powered by J.P. Morgan Asset Management.
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