Macquarie Wrap has reached $4 billion in funds under administration (FUA) for its Consolidator Series of investment, superannuation and pension accounts.
Since the platform's launch two years ago, the Consolidator Series now services more than 1750 financial advisers and more than 350 dealer groups, according to Macquarie.
Overall FUA for Macquarie Wrap sits at more than $34 billion, Macquarie added.
Justin Delaney, Macquarie Adviser Services head of platforms, said the need to deliver value and choice to clients had never been more important than in a Future of Financial Advice (FOFA) environment.
He said the absence of adviser rebates and commissions — and having a competitive administration fee — met the current expectations of advisers and clients, and had seen uptake of the platform increase in the last year.
In June, Macquarie added built-in fee disclosure statement capabilities to its platform in an effort to streamline the administrative responsibilities of advisers in the lead-up to 1 July regulatory changes.