Online hub Gretel launches to find dormant assets 'in three minutes'

'£50bn to recover'

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The technology helps solve the challenge of reuniting forgotten funds with their rightful owners and simplifies what used to be a long and complicated process, according to the online hub
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The technology helps solve the challenge of reuniting forgotten funds with their rightful owners and simplifies what used to be a long and complicated process, according to the online hub

Gretel, a free platform that reunites consumers with lost and dormant accounts across financial services products, has gone live.

The technology, part of IntelliTeq, was built to help solve the challenge of reuniting forgotten funds and accounts with their rightful owners and simplifies what used to be a long and complicated process,...

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