Platforms are finished, hard-hitting report suggests

Price and proposition pressures weigh on platforms, but do retirement reforms offer hope?

Scott Sinclair
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Price pressures, poor back-office systems, and outdated front-end technologies are raising questions about the viability of the UK platforms market as we know it, a provocative report has suggested.

Though assets continue to climb, many platforms are stuck in an Internet Explorer age with propositions likely to disappoint today's digital-first customer base, according to the latest ‘State of t...

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