UK platforms good to grow

Blackmore, Nicole
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/21/2009, p28
The article reports that the Great Britain platform market has a huge potential for development compared to the Australian market in the current market conditions. It is said that Great Britain market has a different level of maturity and the growth trajectory is more rapid. According to CDC Wealth Management director Phil Cain, he agrees that Great Britain has higher potential growth for platforms since it is significant for managing high-net-worth clients.


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