Alltrust debuts white-labelled platform with Platform One

£2.5bn pension provider aims to build on its support for IFAs

Sahar Nazir
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Pension provider Alltrust has partnered with Platform One to build a white-label investment and custody platform.

The platform will offer a range of Alltrust products, including simple self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs), full SIPPs, family pension trusts, and small self-administered schemes (SSAS), all offered at a market price of ten basis points. Alltrust managing director James Floyd said the white-label solution consists of a "client-centric offering that notably enhances our value proposition". "It bolsters our commitment to supporting IFAs and clients with efficient solutions, which are fundamental to our business strategy," he said. Platform One chief executive Alex Cowan-Sanluis s...

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