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Misys and Skandia in fund supermarket link

Users of Misys&#39s portal m-link will now have access to Skandia&#39s online fund supermarket, multifundshop, as the two companies announce a partnership.

The deal covers Skandia&#39s MultiISA, MultiPEP and MultiFund, giving IFAs online access to over 200 funds. Skandia also says the two New Star funds, UK Growth and European Growth are exclusively available through its supermarket.

IFAs will be able to register their clients for online access to their investments and also conduct online switching and valuations through the service.

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