Embark has launched a "low-cost" investment platform for financial advisers with which it is "seeking to materially disrupt the current platform market".
Embark said the platform, set-up on FNZ technology, will help advisers deliver a "cost-effective" service to clients, as it is focused on individuals with between £25,000 and £150,000 to invest. The platform...
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