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Paradigm selects Aegon for off-platform GPP
by Jun Merrett on Nov 19, 2012 at 13:19
IFA group Paradigm has picked Aegon to provide its off-platform group personal pension (GPP) for its corporate clients.
The Aegon GPP will sit alongside Paradigm's corporate wrap platform Amber which is powered by SEI and its other offerings including a Sipp, an individual savings account and a general investment account and also Paradigm's Jargon Free Benefits corporate compliance offering.
Anthony Morrow(pictured), partner at Paradigm, said: 'As both businesses continue to attract advisers and assets we are continually looking to adapt and develop the proposition to meet the needs of the advisers that use them.'
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