'Politics and pensions' dent early 2015 platform business

Scott Sinclair
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A "combination of politics and pensions" contributed to slower sales across platforms in the first three months of the year, with the year-on-year (YOY) asset growth rate also receding, according to research.

Only three platforms - Aviva, Zurich and adviser-controlled proposition Nucleus - outpaced the overall 22% rise in platform assets under administration (AUA) in the 12 months since 31 March 2014, with...

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