Nucleus bolsters DFM proposition
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Barry Nielson, business development director of Nucleus said all administration will be performed in one place.
He said advisers would have improved control of client assets and the ability to switch between DFMs.
Mr Nielson said London & Capital and Quilter DFMs have been added to the wrap.
He said: “As part of our continued effort to support advisers and their clients, we are committed to providing them with the greatest possible choice and flexibility when it comes to managing investments.
“By ensuring that a client’s assets are managed centrally, with all administrating being performed in one place, we are making the traditional adviser/DFM relationship more effective and efficient for the benefit of all.”