Ascentric to begin moving advisers to new platform this weekend

More than £70m spent on project

Tom Ellis
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A spokesperson for Royal London said it was "nearing the implementation of the first phase" of moving clients from the old to new platform
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A spokesperson for Royal London said it was "nearing the implementation of the first phase" of moving clients from the old to new platform

Ascentric is starting to move clients from its old platform to the new one as it looks to complete its long-term re-platforming project, Professional Adviser understands.

The Royal London-owned platform is moving clients and advisers from its proprietary Blue Button technology to Bravura Sonata - software that also serves the Nucleus platform and will also provide the base...

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