BT Panorama now has more than $10 billion in funds under administration (FUA), of which 40 per cent is made up of SMSF assets.
Announcing the milestone yesterday, BT said in a statement that the growth on the company's flagship platform has more than doubled in the past year, up 138 per cent or $5.4 billion.
There are over 3,500 advisers and 21,750 investors registered on the BT Panorama, said the statement.
BT Panorama has also seen strong uptake among IFAs, with 279 per cent increase in new active accounts by non-aligned advisers.
"[We have] doubled the number of IFA registered advisers (up 108 per cent), with a 128 per cent increase in FUA from IFA practices," said the statement.
BT chief executive Brad Cooper said the completion of the advised BT Panorama offer in March 2017, which included integration with super and insurance, has driven much of the growth.
"While we’re extremely proud of what BT Panorama has achieved to date, we continue to listen to and act on the valuable feedback we’re receiving from investors and advisers," Mr Cooper said.
"We have more enhancements coming this year including new reporting features, a cash management account and annuities; further strengthening Panorama’s offer," he said.
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