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Hay opens online IFA service

James Hay Pension Trustees have launched a new internet service for IFAs and Sipp members.

Users of James Hay Online will be able to access their details via a secure website at any time. It will feature current and historic bank details, asset values and holdings, withdrawal options, personal details and transfer and contribution information.

It is mainly intended for the use of IFAs who introduce clients to James Hay.

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