Enabler platform shuts to new business

Scott, Tracey
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/18/2009, p7
The article discusses the move of Capita Group PLC to shut its Enabler platform to new business to focus on its existing customer base in Great Britain. Capita stated that the move is due to market conditions and will result in scaling back of its current operations. According to a Capita spokeswoman, the platform will support the sale of financial products to the independent financial advisor (IFA) community.


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