Marlborough launches new platform with 0.20% annual charge

Platform team being led by one of the founders of tech firm Seccl

Hope William-Smith
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A new platform has been launched by the Marlborough Group with a key focus on meeting the communication expectations laid out for advisers under Consumer Duty.

The Select Platform, announced yesterday (23 March), will feature an annual charge of 0.20% and is being led by Phil Gilder - a member of the team which founded technology firm Seccl. The experienced platform team under Gilder have integrated Seccl technology for the new Marlborough offering, along with specialist customer relationship management software. The firm said the "best in breed" mix represents a significant increase in efficiency for platform capabilities. "The Select Platform has been specifically designed to save advisers' time, using the latest application programming...

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