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AWD Chase picks Standard Life platform for high net worths

AWD Chase picks Standard Life platform for high net worths

AWD Chase de Vere has tied up with Standard Life’s platform as the preferred provider for high net worth clients.

The independent financial advice firm has a Premier client segment for those with more than £375,000 in investible assets, and the firm said it chose Standard Life due to its ‘pedigree and size’.

‘We have been particularly impressed with Standard Life’s commitment to the platform market, its pedigree and size, the quality of its implementation and the strength of its ongoing support service,’ said Andy Papadopolous, director of advisory services at AWD Chase de Vere.

Standard Life's managing director of adviser and investments, Richard Charnock (pictured), said the business had invested heavily in developing the platform recently.

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