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Policy Master creates tech team

IFA software provider Policy Master has brought together a team to help bigger IFAs overcome hurdles created by technology-based distribution channels.

The team, Financial Services Solutions, aims to deliver a bespoke technology service for independent advisers as well as pension trustees, banks and building societies.

It will offer its services to bigger firms processing Sipps, SSASs and group pensions and to any firm wanting to exploit electronic channels for the sale and servicing of financial products.

Michele Sullivan, David Upton and Ian Boswell make up the team.

Sullivan has 10 years&#39 experience as a consultant with Policy Master, Upton was one of the original authors of the software the service is based on and Boswell has specialist life and pension knowledge.

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