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|... platform by financial advisers at 80%. Earlier in the year, Investment Trends Platform Benchmarking & Competitive Analysis Report saw HUB24 rank first for platform functionality with a total score of 89%, just beating Netwealth on 88.9%. Further to this ...|
|... advisers which concluded in May 2021. Earlier in the year, Investment Trends Platform Benchmarking & Competitive Analysis Report saw HUB24 rank first for platform functionality with a total score of 89%, just beating Netwealth on 88.9%.|
|... out Netwealth for the lead when it comes to overall functionality. The 2020 Platform Benchmarking & Competitive Analysis Report sees HUB24 rank first for platform functionality with a total score of 89%, just beating Netwealth on 88.9%. Investment Trends ...|
|Investment Trends has released the 16th edition of its Platform Benchmarking and Competitive Analysis Report, with Netwealth taking out the top gong. The wealth management platform led the pack for overall platform functionality, followed closely by ...|
|... and HUB24 were top of the platform pile in 2018 according to the firm's annual benchmarking and competitive analysis report. It ranked the two smaller players at the top in terms of functionality. However, the difference at the top seems to be shrinking ...|
|... netwealth leading the field. That is a key finding of Investment Trends' 2016 Platform Benchmarking and Competitive Analysis Report, highlighting that platform innovation surged in 2016 led largely by netwealth. It ranked first for overall platform functionality ...|
|... the best of the best in the platform industry. Research firm Investment Trends has released its 2005 Competitive Analysis Report: Investment Platforms, which analysed how the different platforms fared in over 70 areas and across eight categories. The ...|
|... Software Pty Ltd has been awarded top ranking for the second consecutive year in Investment Trends' 2005 Competitive Analysis Report for Planning Software. The ranking comes after Investment Trends reviewed financial planning applications available within ...|
After four months of due diligence, the two super funds have confirmed they will merge before the end of the year.
The $179 billion sovereign wealth fund has promoted internally to appoint a deputy chief investment officer for portfolio strategy.
The alarming rate that financial advice is increasingly becoming unaffordable for everyday Australians further cements the position of the rich and powerful, an inquiry heard this morning.
The Sydney multi-boutique has appointed a Queensland-based distribution director, hiring from GSFM.
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