Scottish Widows Platform receives A rating by AKG

One of only four platform providers to hold the highest rating

Isabel Baxter
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The Scottish Widows Platform has received an ‘A' rating, the highest awarded for financial strength from financial analytics firm AKG.

Scottish Widows Platform is one of only four UK platform providers to hold the highest AKG platform rating of ‘A', which is described as "superior financial strength". The ratings provide financial advisers with an independent assessment of a firm's financial resilience. The Scottish Widows Platform rating was pinned on the operational business level, but also considers relevant group structure and the support of Lloyds Banking Group which has already invested £125m in the Scottish Widows Platform. Scottish Widows group head of platform proposition Jonathan Sandell noted that under...

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