Richard Evans and Adam Scott had most recently been acting as consultants for Stonebridge Corporate and Mr Evans said they had come to a "harmonious" agreement with the Epsom-based broker that allowed them to leave with a book of clients.
Amicus has started with a book worth £350,000 in commission but Mr Evans said he hoped to increase this figure to £500,000 by the end of the first year of trading and to double this to £1m after three years.
Mr Evans said: "Amicus has been set up to supply
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