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SEI Investment Management Unit head of investment solutions Andrea Hohlachoff looks at advisers' increasing use of discretionary fund managers and asks what are clients really getting or their money?
Barclays has launched its latest round of FTSE autocall structured products with a number of platforms and self-invested personal pension (SIPP) providers.
SEI has appointed Kevin Addison as managing director, head of UK asset management distribution.
Guardian Wealth Management has appointed technology provider SEI to run its white-labelled platform and back-office systems.
Global wealth services company SEI has announced its wealth management systems and solutions platform has gone ‘live' with Northern Bank.
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Berry Asset Management has inked a strategic partnership deal with outsourcing outfit SEI as the wealth manager looks to expand its offering in the high net worth space.
Platform Cofunds has appointed Jim Clay, formerly of SEI, as business development manager.
Clive Waller explains why he is backing the trade body's decision to open its doors to restricted advisers.
SEI, the investment solutions provider, has appointed former Maia Capital founder Jason Collins as its head of UK and European equities.
The Commercial Bank of Kuwait's (CBK) Tijari Private Bank (TPB) has partnered with SEI to provide investment management solutions for Kuwaiti investors.
Advisers who spend up to 80 hours a week selecting individual funds are risking client portfolios by not allocating enough time for rebalancing, IFAs have warned.
Standard Life has linked up with SEI to offer a flexible investment solution to advisers.
Scottish Equitable International (SEI) is to replace three of their current offshore bonds with a new offering from early March.
Scottish Equitable International (SEI) this week launched a new offshore plan, which it claims could work as an alternative retirement savings tool for investors who will exceed the coming lifetime limit.