Five biggest platforms' market share falls 20%

Macdonald, Sam
May 2013
Fundweb;5/30/2013, p18
Trade Publication
The article reports that research byThe Platforum shows that market share of the big five platforms has fallen from 90 percent to 70 per cent in three years. The top five platforms by market share in 2013 are Cofunds, Skandia, FundsNetwork, Standard Life Assurance Co. and James Hay. The single largest market share held by a platform fall by 14 percent.


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