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Autif upgrades website

Autif is upgrading its website to include a number of features to help advisors get the most up to date investment information for their clients.

The new features include daily prices, total expense ratios, types of units and shares and names of fund managers.

Director of communications Anne McMeehan says: “The Autif website has grown hugely over the last three years and our plans for a substantial upgrade are just starting to fall into place. The next three months will see significant changes in terms of ease of navigation around the site and the degree of detailed information on offer.”

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