Octopus to acquire wealth technology business for £10m

'Natural evolution'

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Sam Handfield-Jones: “[The purchase is] a natural evolution in our ability to be indispensable within the advice and wealth management space.”
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Sam Handfield-Jones: “[The purchase is] a natural evolution in our ability to be indispensable within the advice and wealth management space.”

Octopus Group has agreed to buy Bath-based wealth technology business Seccl Technology for £10m, subject to regulatory approval, PA's sister publication Investment Week can reveal.

Seccl aims to help financial advisers, wealth managers, discretionary fund managers and fintech companies deliver faster, cheaper and more flexible platform solutions to help manage and administer clients'...

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