Re-platforming under the microscope in punchy PA360 platform debate

'IFAs bore the brunt'

Tom Ellis
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(Left to right) Alastair Conway of James Hay; David Ferguson of Nucleus; David Tiller of Standard Life; and Ben Hammond of Altus
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(Left to right) Alastair Conway of James Hay; David Ferguson of Nucleus; David Tiller of Standard Life; and Ben Hammond of Altus

Re-platforming was, almost inevitably, the hot topic during a punchy platform panel debate at Professional Adviser's flagship PA360 conference on Thursday morning.

Panellists David Ferguson and David Tiller both pointed out the follies of changing platform technology, with the latter saying re-platforming was a result of the "structure and architecture" of platform...

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