More than £1bn now spent on re-platforming - the lang cat

Projects not done yet

Tom Ellis
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More than £1bn has been spent on adviser platforms changing their core technology providers, according to an estimate from the lang cat
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More than £1bn has been spent on adviser platforms changing their core technology providers, according to an estimate from the lang cat

More than £1bn has been spent on adviser platforms changing their core technology providers, according to an estimate from the lang cat.

Multiple, ongoing re-platforming projects have dominated the conversation around platforms over the last couple of years. The expensive and extensive projects have proved immensely difficult to com...

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