Nucleus eyes D2C platform move to serve orphan clients


Nucleus is considering launching a direct-to-consumer (D2C) platform in an effort to better serve the 6,000 orphaned clients it currently redirects to Hargreaves Lansdown each year.

Nucleus is currently an IFA-only platform, owned in part by its member firms, but it has identified a need to branch out into the D2C space in order to tackle the problem of orphaned clients. Wi...

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