View more on these topics

Exchange runs new roadshows

The Exchange is running a series of new business roadshows across the UK open to all Exweb portal users and potential users.
Events will take place in August and September in Harrogate, Exeter, Manchester, Cambridge, Birmingham, Gatwick, Edinburgh, and Glasgow.
The events aim to present the business case for using technology to help advisers improve their business and provide an insight into how successful adviser firms get value from their IT.
The Exchange managing director David child says: We have made many developments to the service in the last six months so this will be a great opportunity for advisers not only to see our newest offerings but for us to demonstrate how Exwebs technology can really enhance their business process.

Recommended

Land Registry shows prices rising faster

The Land Registry says the average house price in England and Wales is 199,184 – an annualised increase of 7.71 per cent between April and June compared with a rise of 5.43 per cent for the same period last year.

Brokers don’t fear interest-only probe

Most brokers do not believe the advice process surrounding interest-only mortgages will lead to a future misselling scandal despite the forthcoming investigation by the FSA. Research commissioned by Alliance & Leicester shows that only 31 per cent of intermediaries are concerned about complaints. Forty-five per cent do not believe the advice process on interest-only is […]

Barking up the wrong tree

Although not involved in mortgage advice, I did read with interest the recent Money Marketing profile of Simon Conn and was most interested in his “alternative career”. Alongside being an IFA for 43 years, I have also been a partner in a boarding kennels for the past nine years. If Simon would like to get […]

Promotions still failing

Promotions in the general insurance and sub-prime mortgage sectors are still not up to standard, says the FSA. A report evaluated nearly 1,000 financial promotions to gauge progress over the past two years. Investment promotions which fell below standard dropped to 32 per cent from 52 per cent in 2004. Equity-release and lifetime mortgage promotions […]

Newsletter

News and expert analysis straight to your inbox

Sign up

Comments

    Leave a comment