Project Elevate almost complete - SL's David Tiller

£69m spent on upgrades

Tom Ellis
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David Tiller: "The business needed some working and I think it's in a good shape now."
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David Tiller: "The business needed some working and I think it's in a good shape now."

Standard Life is close to being able to say its 'project Elevate' upgrade is complete, according to the group's head of adviser and wealth manager propositions David Tiller.

Standard Life bought the adviser platform from Axa in May 2016 in a £31m deal and set aside a further £69m for the Elevate rejuvination project. "The business needed some working and I think it's in...

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