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Financial Options sets out new training programme

Financial Options is launching its revamped IFA training programme in the new year.


Members will be presented with a new training agenda developed in co-operation with Technical Connections that will allow for themed regional meetings tailored to members&#39 business needs.


Sales and marketing director Andrew Bedford says: &#34Networks are in a position where they can add value to an IFA&#39s business through a relevant, quality training programme.&#34

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