Advisory national AWD Chase de Vere, has chosen the Standard Life platform to service its‘premier' client segment.
The segment is made up of high net worth clients with investment assets of £375,000 and above.
The group's enhanced client segment, comprising clients with investment assets of between £50,000 and £375,000, will continue to be serviced by the Cofunds platform.
Cofunds was previously used across the business.
Clients with up to £50,000 in assets will not normally be serviced by a platform, according to AWD Chase de Vere communications director Patrick Connolly.
Andy Papadopoulos, director of advisory services at AWD Chase de Vere, said:
"Our primary concerns are to ensure the suitability of the advice we provide to clients and that they get the best possible service.
"We are therefore pleased to have appointed Standard Life as the preferred platform provider for our ‘premier' clients."
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