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Tilney Bestinvest extends contract with SEI Wealth Paltform


Tilney Bestinvest has signed an extension to its contract with SEI’s wealth platform.

The relationship between the two firms, which began in May of 2011, was pivotal to the launch of Tilney Bestinvest’s Online Investment Service. Since then, the wealth manager has won many awards and experienced significant growth.
At the core of SEI's offering to the firm is the SEI Wealth Platform, which provides Tilney Bestinvest with integrated wealth-management infrastructure to actively manage client portfolios.
Brett Williams (pictured), Managing Director, SEI Wealth Platform, UK Private Banking, says: “Whilst there are significant opportunities to gain new clients in the UK, SEI's success has been built on developing long-term, mutually-beneficial partnerships with key clients. This is the cornerstone of our culture. The contract extension with Tilney Bestinvest highlights SEI’s position in the UK market as a leader in powering extensive propositions in a scalable and efficient manner. We are delighted to sign this new deal, and look forward to working closely with the wealth management firm’s senior team to help them grow their business in the coming years.”
Peter Hall, CEO, Tilney Bestinvest, adds: “We are pleased to have signed an extension to our contract with SEI. As one of the UK’s largest wealth managers, it is essential we have a partner that provides scale as well as technology and operational excellence to enable us to meet the needs of current and prospective clients. SEI’s commitment to the UK market and long-term investment in the SEI Wealth Platform makes it the right business for us to work with as we continue to develop and grow our proposition.”

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