Fairstone CEO: 'We want to be disruptive on pricing'

Lee Hartley reveals two major developments for next year

Sahar Nazir
clock • 2 min read

Fairstone Group founder and chief executive Lee Hartley is looking to be “disruptive on pricing” by investing in the firm’s adviser platform technology, Sahar Nazir writes

The group's own platform is expected to launch in Q1 and provide clients with a more cost-effective investment experience. The development has come after Fairstone Group recorded a 33% year-on-year increase in revenue to £114m in the last quarter of 2022, up from £86m on the same period in 2021. Speaking to Professional Adviser, Hartley said the new addition is positioned to complement, rather than replace the existing ten platforms it currently allows its advisers to work on. The intent is to deliver a platform at a real cost to clients, enabling Fairstone to "disrupt the market w...

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