Praemium seeks buyer for UK platform

Including CRM systems

Sophie King
clock • 2 min read

Praemium is looking to sell its UK platform in a bid to focus its attention on its home market in Australia.

The tech platform told the Australian Securities Exchange that, following a strategic review, it would be seeking a buyer for its operations in the UK, Jersey, Dubai and Hong Kong. This includes its platform and CRM systems Wealthcraft and Plum. Deloitte Corporate Finance has been appointed to manage the sale process. Praemium said it will be keeping its clients and partners informed throughout.  Praemium UK & international business managing director Mark Sanderson: "The group board recognises, and is rightly very proud of, the international team's achievements to date. It can see the...

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