An adviser has become increasingly frustrated with Embark after it took more than three months to add a fund to its platform without giving any reason for the hold-up and subsequently blamed technology provider FNZ for the delay.
The adviser, who preferred not to be named, told Professional Adviser that they requested a fund to be added to the platform in July, on behalf of a client who would be ready to invest money into it in...
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