The Nucleus census is our annual temperature check of Nucleus platform users, tracking how they and their businesses progress from year to year. We’ve just published the 2019 census which aims to understand how the changing regulatory landscape, market events, and investor confidence have impacted Nucleus users.

So it’s with much pride (and a chunk of awe) that I can say Nucleus has been named Platform of the Year 2018 at the Schroders UK Platform Awards.

Really pleased, not least because this is the third year in a row the judges have seen fit to give us this award.

Huge thanks to the brilliant bunch of people at team Nucleus, who make this company what it is. Massive gratitude too to all the advisers and financial planners that have been on this journey with us – we literally couldn’t do what we do without your support.

When an Isa account holder dies, it’s possible for their spouse or civil partner to inherit an additional Isa subscription, as long as they were living together at the time of death. This allows them to effectively ‘inherit’ their partner’s Isa. This extra allowance is the additional permitted subscription (APS).

Over 10 years ago we embarked on our mission to challenge the established financial services industry. With technology and transparency at the heart of our thinking, we’ve been fortunate enough to become a successful and profitable player in what we now call ‘fintech’.

In April of this year, the government set out its intention to ensure regional growth of fintech in the UK. Following discussions with fintech companies and regional stakeholders the Treasury decided to appoint regional fintech envoys to support growth in regions with fintech potential and existing hubs.

After almost 10 years of calling it home, last month we said goodbye to our much-loved HQ on the cobbled lane of Thistle Street North-West and moved into our new digs at Greenside.

Much of the process involved with relocating a business of this scale existed outside the scope of our normal activities and expertise and we faced some huge challenges along the way. This is how we made it happen.

Last night I joined a group of other Scottish business leaders in Charlotte Square to take part in Social Bite's CEO Sleepout with the aim of raising funds for Scotland's most vulnerable people. We spent the night outside from 7pm-7am in sleeping bags. Here's how the night unfolded.

Arriving a bit late, it's a a relatively warm night for a sleep out in December: currently 9 degrees.

So, the dust has settled and we’ve just about recovered from celebrating but we’re all still on a high after winning three awards at the UK Platform Awards 2016!

2016 has been a pretty big year so far, marking our 10th birthday and also hitting £10 billion in assets on the platform, but we’re incredibly pleased to announce we have been named Platform of the Year and also scooped awards for Best Innovation and Best Investment Management Platform Proposition.

Hello and welcome to our new website. If I recall correctly this is the fourth major relaunch since we started our journey ten years ago and I hope you'll agree it's the best yet. Whether you are looking for more information on our business, our product or our amazing people you should be able to find it without any hassle.

Four top tips on how to maintain your firm's culture and ethics when growing your business

The heart of Nucleus is our people, they’re the ones who design, build, promote and grow our business and keep our clients happy.  That’s why we’ve placed emphasis on maintaining our culture as we grow and also are focused on evolving it to make sure we’re best placed to tackle the next challenge together.

We didn’t get to where we are now without some bumps along the way but here is a guide on how to grow but keep your culture.

Nucleus chief executive and founder David Ferguson explains how looking to the future and a desire for innovation and putting clients first has seen the company grow over the past 10 years.

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