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Chase de Vere&#39s email alerts its clients to news

IFA Chase de Vere Investments has added a new email service which selects and sends investment news to clients.

Internet clients can choose from a menu of topics for information and are sent email containing relevant news.

The website sections include thoughts for the week, news & views, special offers, savings rates and e-lerts. Sections will be developed according to demand.

Articles will be written by personal finance journalists on topical investment issues.

The special offers section gives priority notice of savings and investment offers through Chase de Vere. Information on best buys in savings is shown in a rates section ande-lerts give finance bulletins.

Director Graham Hooper says: “We have 20 people from our internet and marketing team feeding into the project. It is free and since the launch in July we have had more than 100 people register.

“We want the service to help give people information personal to them, bringing them closer to us as an organisation. The people dictate the information they want and we select what we think is useful to them, so they have a great degree of control.”

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