Money Marketing is teaming up with the Financial Technology Research Centre to launch the E-Commerce Excellence Ratings. The Ratings will provide a recognised benchmark both advisers and their clients can trust and will highlight those providers who are truly delivering solutions closely aligned to user needs. The first E-Commerce Excellence ratings will be awarded for Group Pensions E-Commerce services and will be covered in a special supplement with 10 March Money Marketing. Throughout 2005 other sectors to be covered will include, among others, Individual Protection, Individual Pensions and Mortgages.
I am writing in response to the article headlined, Solutions to the shortfall (Money Marketing, February 10).
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