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Destini chooses The Exchange

Destini has signed an agreement with The Exchange to use its Exweb portal as the technology platform to support its IFAs.
Destini will initially take 200 Exweb licences, an increase of 170, and plans are agreed to raise these numbers in the future to support its growth strategy.
Destini director of networks Bill Wynn says: “Having looked at the other portals in the market it is clear to us that The Exchanges Exweb service is a comprehensive trading platform that will support our IFAs. It will give them a competitive advantage and enable them to service their clients needs as efficiently as possible.”

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