AJ Bell plans stockmarket float - reports

Oversees £30bn of advised and D2C assets

Tom Ellis
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AJ Bell founder Andy Bell
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AJ Bell founder Andy Bell

Adviser and D2C platform AJ Bell is building plans to go public, following rival Transact, according to reports.

The platform, which made a £21.7m pre-tax profit in its last financial year, is unlikely to go public until Q4 2018, Sky News reports. The platform held £30.9bn assets under administration on it...

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