'90% of platform assets subject to disruption' - the lang cat

'2017 was a success and massively difficult'

Tom Ellis
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Mark Polson: “2017 was at once a success for platforms and a massively difficult period."
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Mark Polson: “2017 was at once a success for platforms and a massively difficult period."

Approximately 90% of the £519bn of advised assets held on platforms are subject to disruption by a major business event such as re-platforming, floatation or sale of a "significant element of the business", according to the lang cat.

The consultancy's latest scorecard said the disruption had not affected sales growth, however, with what it calculated to be record growth inflows of £20.3bn across the sector in 2017 Q4. Looking at...

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