Atomos enters strategic alliance with SS&C on new platform service

Offering investments via digitally enabled wrappers

Ayesha Venkataraman
clock • 1 min read

Advice-led wealth manager Atomos has entered into a strategic partnership with SS&C Hubwise to offer a new platform service to the UK wealth market called ‘Atomos Invest’.

The partnership enables Atomos to offer its blend of investment solutions, which have been developed exclusively with WTW, to investors via digitally enabled wrappers on Atomos Invest. Earlier this month, Atomos appointed WTW to provide multi-asset investment solutions for its UK-based retail investment portfolios. The overall platform offering further cements Atomos' ambition to offer a forward-looking proposition to the market, giving clients all the benefits of a face-to-face service combined with the convenience and accessibility of modern digital tools, it said. Atomos chief o...

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