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Legacy Asset Systems reveals founding shareholders

The founding seven shareholders of platform migration service Legacy Asset Systems have been revealed.

Last week Money Marketing reported that Millfield Partnership co-founder and former managing director Bryan Beeston is to head the firm which specialises in helping advisers transfer legacy assets onto platforms.

Business consultant Stan Kirk is head of product development and Dunstan Thomas is one of the founding firms.

LAS has now revealed the four other shareholders are former HambroFraserSmith chief executive Andrew Smith, Regent Group of Companies former chairman Steven Weiss, IT consulting firm Independent Transition Management and The Timebank.

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