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European ethical bank offers trail commission for introductions

European ethical investment specialist Triodos Bank has introduced trail commission for IFAs.


The Bristol based bank will allow IFAs to earn a trail commission for introducing new customers which it says it will negotiate on an individual basis.


The bank will only finance enterprises in fields such as social housing, organic agriculture renewable energy and complementary healthcare.


Interested IFAs should phone Simon Roberts on 0117 973 9339.

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