Investment Intelligence for every level

August 2009
Money Marketing;8/13/2009, p11
The article offers information related to the SWIP Intelligence Centre of the financial services firm Scottish Widows Investment Partnership Ltd. in Great Britain. SWIP Intelligence Centre offers support for advisers in achieving their professional development goals. The video-based online programme, which is available in the website www.intelligencecentre.com/ifa, provides presentations from investment experts. These topics include an introduction to bonds, short selling and derivatives.


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