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Keydata now on WIG website

The Fund Selector, a fund information service from Keydata, is now available on the Women&#39s IFA Group website.

Members of WIG, numbering almost 600, can now access fund factsheets and comparative performance data and can prepare client specific illustrations online.

The Keydata Fund Selector provides online content from the CD-Rom prepared on a monthly basis which is used by almost 60 per cent of IFAs throughout the country.

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