HUB24 teams up with Patersons

HUB24 Group has announced its new partnership with stockbroking and wealth management firm, Patersons Securities, which has selected its platform solution for its national adviser network.

Its current in-house platform, Accolade, administers approximately $2.4 billion in funds under management, while the new Patersons’ branded HUB24 solution would be expected to sit alongside Accolade, providing a new retail superannuation solution for clients, the firm said.

Patersons’ chief operating officer, Jane Tandy, said that HUB24 was selected due to its “strong understanding of the private wealth and stockbroking sectors, and all-round superior platform capabilities.”

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“This partnership is testament to the success of combining the expertise of Agility Applications and HUB24 to provide our clients with a comprehensive solution for their custodial and non-custodial clients,” HUB24’s managing director, Andrew Alcock, said.

“We’re delighted to be partnering with one of Australia’s oldest and most distinguished financial services firms and supporting their strategy to broaden their offer in the market.”

Patersons advises on approximately $13.5 billion in CHESS-registered assets through its 113 financial advisers across the country, with the current in-house platform, Accolade, administering approximately $2.4 billion in Funds Under Management (FUM).




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