FNZ and Virgin Money launch digital investment platform

'Transformative' project looks to simplify and streamline investing

Mark Battersby
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Global wealth management platform FNZ and Virgin Money have partnered to launch a new digital investment solution for UK retail investors.

The service has been developed by Virgin Money Investments - a joint venture between Virgin Money UK and Abrdn. The new digital investment platform and mobile app will offer Virgin Money's 6.6 million customers an enhanced digital experience with a range of new features and capabilities it aims to simplify and speed up investing. Virgin Money said it selected FNZ as its partner because of its "state-of-the-art technology, its proven excellence in delivering market leading direct-to-consumer (D2C) propositions, its track record of complex platform implementations and ability to deliver...

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