Jones, Stephen Wynne
August 2004
Money Marketing;8/19/2004, p28
Comments on the impact of technology on the Independent Financial Advisors (IFA) in Great Britain. Advantages of technology on adviser businesses; Discussion on Assureweb's financial services; Establishment of a team dedicated to train and provide consultancy support to the IFA sector.


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