AJ Bell plans stockmarket float - reports

Oversees £30bn of advised and D2C assets

Tom Ellis
AJ Bell founder Andy Bell

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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