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Foreicn Currency Direct seeks IFA partnerships

Foreign Currency Direct plc is seeking to establish relationships with financial advisers through a commission-based referral scheme.

For each client referred to FCD – the foreign exchange brokerage where a deal is actually processed, the adviser will receive a commission paid as a percentage of the brokerage earned.

Commissions will be paid quarterly, including a full breakdown of the clients trading and will be earned each time the client uses the company to transfer funds overseas in the future.

FCD director Robin Haynes says: Recommending the services of a reputable foreign exchange brokerage reflects well on the individual adviser and increases the likelihood of them securing repeat business, because their clients will achieve the best return from their money, so will view the referral as good advice.

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