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David Ingram launches support services business

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Former threesixty technical director David Ingram has launched a support services business aimed at product providers, fund management groups and trade bodies.

Ingram (pictured) has established the new business, called Aim Two Three, with former threesixty head of technical Dorothy Pitt Ingram.

He says: “It is becoming clear that product providers are not yet ready for the RDR themselves and are therefore poorly positioned to support IFA firms in their transition.

“If providers dedicated their resources in a more structured, less fragmented way than at present they would be better equipped to help firms survive and retain independence.”

Ingram founded threesixty with David Brattesani and Ross McArthur in 2003 after breaking away from Bankhall.

He left the support services firm last month.

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  1. Well spotted opportunity David!! Many providers won’t know whats hit them post RDR. Their levels of service if left unchecked will see the phone stop ringing. Clients wont pay for poor service nor should they. The distributors are in control from now on. Listen to our needs and concerns or be damned.

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