Destini is sponsoring Embassy Racing, a team competing in the 2005 SRO British GT series championship.Not only does this give the sales team an opportunity to mix with the pit lane love-lies but it also means that the Destini logo will be emblazoned across the new Embassy Porsche for the rest of 2005. Destini reckons the GT season was watched by around four million people last year.
An article in Money Marketing last week stated that Standard Life is encouraging its salespeople to sell the benefits of FundsNetwork – the provider’s supermarket partner – in a bid to build sales of self-invested personal pensions.
Winterthur Life UK is strengthening its adviser service by recruiting three new business development managers. Russell Anderson joins from Scottish Life. He was previously an IFA for Sedgwicks and Frizzells. Anderson will be responsible for supporting IFAs in Northern Ireland. David Arthur joins the company from Standard Life, where he spent five years in financial […]
IFAs struggling to meet the June 1 depolarisation deadline are still waiting to get an FSA CD-Rom calculator designed to help them with the menu payment system.
Mortgage intermediary Cartel is offering a lifeline to members of Perthshire mortgage processor National Mortgage Services following its closure to business on April 1.
Those of you who have read any of the political manifestos over the previous weeks may have noticed one glaring omission from all the publications: the subject of welfare reform and the role that income protection could (and probably should) play in this process.
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