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Nearly half IFAP leads lead to IFAs

Nearly half of people who make enquiries to IFA Promotion visit an IFA and 84 per cent are satisfied with the outcome, according to research for the promotional body by Citigate Dewe Rogerson Research

The data shows three quarters of IFA Promotion leads take further action having visited an IFA

IFA Promotion chief executive David Elms says: “These findings confirm that the efforts we&#39ve put into improving the level of information we provide to consumers is bearing fruit for our members in terms of customer satisfaction and business. More than ever we are able to match people with particular advice requirements to the IFA in their area who can meet these needs.”

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