'Only a matter of time': Industry reacts to Lloyds £390m Embark deal

'M&A space certainly shows no sign of letting up yet'

Sophie King
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The deal, which is subject to regulatory approval, excludes the Rowanmoor SIPP and SSAS administration business, which is being retained by existing shareholders.
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The deal, which is subject to regulatory approval, excludes the Rowanmoor SIPP and SSAS administration business, which is being retained by existing shareholders.

Members of the financial services sector have reacted to the news that Lloyds Banking Group has purchased the Embark platform for £390m.

This morning (29 July), it was announced that platform business Embark and its subsidiary brands were sold to the banking giant. The deal, which is subject to regulatory approval, excludes the Rowanmoor...

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