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Retirement Partnership launches team to support IFAs

The Retirement Partnership has launched a new IFA consulting team to support IFA firms.

The firm says the move is a direct response to the increasing challenges facing IFAs and to help advisers benefit from the opportunities available within an expanded retirement market.

The team will help set up IFAs so they have the right model in place to write retirement business.

Managing director Steve Lewis says: “We have developed a series of our own process tools which we can offer the adviser firm, or we can work with firms to develop their own bespoke services. An additional advantage of much of this work is that the principles are then transferable onto the other sectors of the IFA business, such as investments, and mortgages.”

It has also developed a “Partners” proposition for advisory firms who wish to use the methods, tools and support of The Retirement Partnership. 

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