Saltus launches tech-led partnership programme for 'ambitious' IFAs

Network business model is 'broken and unsustainable'

Jenna Brown
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Saltus has launched a technology-led partnership programme for adviser businesses that facilitates access to growth or buyout capital.

The venture is its response to what it described as the "broken and unsustainable" network business model. The wealth management company explained the programme gives business owners access to a "wide range of flexible support" including access to capital and would be suitable for firms looking to grow/maximise profitability and those considering succession or sale. Saltus, which employs more than 200 people and manages £3bn in assets, has so far partnered with Temple Row, Calton Wealth Management and Indaba. The three firms collectively manage £200m in assets. It explained technol...

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