Aegon buys Cofunds for £140m to become industry's biggest platform

L&G sells off adviser platform after months of speculation

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Aegon buys Cofunds for £140m to become industry's biggest platform

Aegon has bought adviser platform Cofunds from rival provider Legal & General (L&G) for £140m.

The deal was confirmed this morning following months of industry speculation.  Cofunds will continue to be led by David Hobbs and be run from its headquarters in Witham, Essex, with operational ...

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