Exclusive David Ferguson interview: Platform switching activity to rise in 'redefined' market

Ferguson to run Octopus-owned Seccl

Jenna Brown
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David Ferguson: "I think we will see big changes on how platforms can support advisers and customers with better integration of systems."
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David Ferguson: "I think we will see big changes on how platforms can support advisers and customers with better integration of systems."

David Ferguson, the soon-to-be CEO of Octopus-owned Seccl, predicts the platform sector will be “redefined” in the coming years with fewer, purely-digital players dominating the market.

Speaking to PA after his appointment, revealed on 18 January, the founder and former chief executive of adviser platform Nucleus, predicted big changes on how platforms can support advisers and customers...

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