Adviser platform tech provider FNZ up for sale - reports

Worth 'up to £2bn'

Tom Ellis
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"City sources" said FNZ could be valued anywhere between £1bn and £2bn
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"City sources" said FNZ could be valued anywhere between £1bn and £2bn

FNZ, technology provider to a number of adviser platforms, is drawing up plans for a sale that could be worth up to £2bn, according to reports.

According to Sky News, the business is in the process of appointing advisers for a sale of a majority stake in the company, which provides technology for Standard Life, Aviva, Old Mutual Wealth and...

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