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FundsNetwork signs up to sponsor Marketing-Hub

Fidelity FundsNetwork is the first platform provider to sponsor corporate communications tool Marketing-Hub.

The free online service for advisers, launched 18 months ago, has exceeded 5,000 registered users and is already sponsored by investment firms including Artemis, Gartmore, JP Morgan, M&G and UBS.

The service allows advisers to produce bespoke newsletters, sales letters, articles and presentation slides. Users can also access an expanded library featuring guides on subjects such as inheritance tax and Isas.

Fidelity FundsNetwork head David Dalton-Brown says the two services complement each other well. He says: “There are clear synergies between and FundsNetwork, the most obvious that both are internet services, but there is no overlap in the elements that we offer and we encourage our clients to explore the free tools and content available on Marketing-Hub.”

Marketing-Hub director Lesley Hankin says: “FundsNetwork offers tremendous support to advisers which is a great fit with our website that aims to help advisers communicate more effectively with clients.”


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