Aegon has begun the process of finding out which Cofunds clients experienced delays in their trading requests around the platform's technology migration, promising to pay a "£25 gesture of goodwill" to those who were "adversely affected" by the re-platforming move.
In a letter sent to financial advisers, seen by Professional Adviser, Aegon said each client situation "will be considered individually" and that the compensation process "should be finished by the end...
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