Embark utilises Lloyds backing for tech and service upgrade

Reduced need for manual processes part of the enhancements

Julia Bahr
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Embark Group has revealed a number of enhancements to its platform in light of its mission to improve service for advisers.

Stemmed from parent company Lloyds Banking Group's investment, these developments increase the functionality to the platform, as well as introduce a new interface. The platform said the upgrades form an important part of a larger series of technology and service improvements and included a broader and deeper integration with adviser back-office systems to reduce the need for manual processes. "They also include the ability to benefit from tiered charging on family linked accounts; greater flexibility for advisers to set and time charges; a range of functional improvements for discreti...

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