IFAs need to wake up and realise the huge benefits the internet can offer or they will simply be left behind

Bourke, Lorna
April 2004
Money Marketing;4/8/2004, p28
Points out that IFAs in Great Britain need to wake up and realize the huge benefits the Internet can offer or they will simply be left behind. Research which indicate that the ability to buy online is becoming a significant factor for consumers looking to purchase a financial product.


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