Söderberg CEO: We are building 'true end-to-end adviser solution'

Technology and integration key to Söderberg & Partners success

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Nick Raine explains why adoption advice tech is crucial to improving efficiency, how the Nordic model can work in the UK and Söderberg’s plans for the future…

Söderberg & Partners has achieved enormous success throughout the Nordic region since the launch of the business in 2004, achieving an impressive assets under administration figure of more than £70bn. In essence the Soderberg proposition is about identifying highly ambitious, growth-oriented IFA firms and partnering with these firms by taking a large minority stake and then helping drive the business's success faster by providing access to further capital to buy other adviser firms, giving access to group wide technical expertise and various other benefits. This approach allows the bu...

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