Woman IFA of the Year Saran Allott-Davey was coaching a Money Marketing hack in the art of creating a good first-impression at the MM Awards last week.When Saran first moved into her little Welsh village, she first met the locals at a 1960’s fancy dress party wearing thigh-high boots and a mini-skirt. The evening was finished off by a pole dance with the local GP. Business at Heron House was never better after that first impression.
Over 90 per cent of IFAs will remain independent after depolarisation according to research by Winterthur Life.
The Personal Finance Society is certainly hitting the ground running but it gives the impression that it is stubbing its toes rather badly.
Standard Life is set to launch a group Sipp platform at the end of the summer, building on its individual offering.
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