Pensions dominate sales as platforms attract £55bn in 2017

£102m total asset growth

Tom Ellis
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Fundscape chief executive Bella Caridade‐Ferreira
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Fundscape chief executive Bella Caridade‐Ferreira

The platform market saw the majority of its £55bn net sales flow into pension products in 2017, according to Fundscape's latest report.

It said almost two-thirds (63%) of industry net flows went into pension and self-invested personal pension (SIPP) wrappers, despite only accounting for one-third (33%) of existing platform assets. ...

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