Best Practice boosts platform with addition of Nucleus wrap

Best Practice Chartered Financial Planners is to add Nucleus to its platform offering.

The move will see the IFA-owned and controlled wrap proposition from Nucleus sit alongside a range of other platforms including those offered by Standard Life, Transact and Cofunds.

Based in West Sussex, Best Practice offers member firms an individually customised software solution that incorporates paperless office, real-time valuations and remuneration modelling, as well as offering a range of platform solutions. The network currently has 54 member firms which together have over £670m under advice.

Ian Cooke, Chairman at Best Practice commented: “Nucleus offers a highly versatile system that will provide our members with the levels of support and service that they have come to expect. What is more, we firmly support the Nucleus approach to transparent fee-paying as it matches our own ethos to modern financial services.”

Rebecca Christensen, Communications Director at Nucleus added: “Best Practice’s decision to add Nucleus further underlines the demand high quality advisers have for an affordable and client-centric proposition that they can both control and shape the future direction of. Best Practice is one such group that can see the benefit of adding Nucleus to their existing suite of platforms for their members and we look forward to developing the platform alongside them in the future.”

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Best Practice boosts platform with addition of Nucleus wrap

Best Practice Chartered Financial Planners is to add Nucleus to its platform offering.

The move will see the IFA-owned and controlled wrap proposition from Nucleus sit alongside a range of other platforms including those offered by Standard Life, Transact and Cofunds.

Based in West Sussex, Best Practice offers member firms an individually customised software solution that incorporates paperless office, real-time valuations and remuneration modelling, as well as offering a range of platform solutions. The network currently has 54 member firms which together have over £670m under advice.

Ian Cooke, Chairman at Best Practice commented: “Nucleus offers a highly versatile system that will provide our members with the levels of support and service that they have come to expect. What is more, we firmly support the Nucleus approach to transparent fee-paying as it matches our own ethos to modern financial services.”

Rebecca Christensen, Communications Director at Nucleus added: “Best Practice’s decision to add Nucleus further underlines the demand high quality advisers have for an affordable and client-centric proposition that they can both control and shape the future direction of. Best Practice is one such group that can see the benefit of adding Nucleus to their existing suite of platforms for their members and we look forward to developing the platform alongside them in the future.”

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