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PosSol partnerships initiative attracts over 250 partners

More than 250 partners have signed up to Positive Solutions’ Positive Partnerships initiative.

The national IFA says the response to its initiative has been “exceptional” since rolling it out in April.

Positive Partnerships allows member IFAs access to professional introducers who can team them up with solicitors and accountants for referral arrangements, put them in touch with employers seeking a financial planning service and offer them the opportunity to take on orphaned client banks.

Positive Partnerships business development director Jonathan Morley says: “We knew that this was going to generate a huge amount of interest but the actual response from partners has been beyond our expectations.”

“This has been matched by major interest from the introducer organisations such as accountants and solicitors firms who are keen to tap into the benefits of offering their own clients the services of high quality IFAs.”

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