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IFA support services firm offers chance to become partner

A new support services company providing the full range of assistance to IFA firms launched this week.

IN Partnership is different from traditional networks in that it offers IFAs the opportunity to invest in the company who then stand to gain if the venture succeeds.

Through subsidiary companies it will provide compliance and training services, training modules and IT development and other services to authorised firms.

It plans to target IFA firms that are disillusioned with their present situation, and those who wish to make an investment in their own support organisation.

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