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Aifa relaunches website

Aifa has revamped its website offering members better interactivity and a greater amount of information to meet regulatory requirements and help build their business.
The new site includes a consumer section, to promote the value of advice to those outside the industry, and an events calendar detailing Aifa events and those of associate and affiliate members.
There is also now a graduate career section including information about entering and developing within the profession and a job search section.
The trade body has added a new ‘top ten current issues’ section providing information and links on issues affecting the IFA profession.
Aifa director general Chris Cummings says: “We’ve included a consumer section to promote the value of advice. Many consumers come to Aifa as their first port of call. Here they can learn about the different types of advice, what to expect from an adviser and, of course, find an adviser”.
We value the support of our numerous Associate and Affiliate members and have therefore given them the opportunity to host micro-site and campaign update pages detailing the launch of new services they provide to IFAs”.

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