Platform repricings an effort to drive portfolio consolidation - Platforum

Ascentric, James Hay and Nucleus have all made changes

Tom Ellis
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Platform repricings an effort to drive portfolio consolidation - Platforum

The repricing trend spreading through the platform market is an attempt to drive advisers' behaviour and encourage them to increase portfolio sizes, according to Platforum senior researcher Miranda Seath.

Ascentric, James Hay and Nucleus have all recently announced upcoming changes to their price structures but the alterations have tended not to make their services cheaper to typical clients. Nucleus...

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