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Edinburgh net Isa offers direct link to IFA websites

Edinburgh Fund Managers is offering a dedicated online Isa facility for IFAs which can be linked to IFA websites.

IFA applications through the link will automatically be stamped with the adviser&#39s details to enable commission payments of 3 per cent initial and 0.5 per cent renewal.

The online system enables IFAs and clients to select from Edinburgh&#39s range of Isas, including 14 investment trusts, 14 Oeics sub-funds and two funds of funds, the Edinburgh managed growth portfolio and Edinburgh global growth.

Contributions can be made by lump sum or monthly direct debit for both mini and maxi Isas.

To get a personal link, IFAs should email ifa@edfd.com and give their name and address plus the address of the website from where they want to link to Edinburgh.

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