Sesame survey shows 97% of clients are happy with their IFAs

Blackmore, Nicole
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/18/2009, p7
The article discusses the study conducted by NMG Financial Services Consulting which finds that ninety-seven per cent of clients are happy with their independent financial advisors (IFA) in Great Britain. The study questioned 534 clients of Sesame members. It found that 97 per cent of people would recommend or use an IFA again. According to the article, advisers pride themselves on the quality of service they provide to their clients.


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