Aegon has finished compensating all the Cofunds clients who were left out-of-pocket due to trading delays in the issue-riddled re-platforming project but will not disclose how much it spent reimbursing customers.
In September, Aegon began the process of finding out which Cofunds clients experienced delays in their trading requests around the platform's technology migration, which saw more than 400,000 customers...
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