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We are the IFA&#39s favourite

Money Marketing has been voted overwhelmingly the IFAs&#39 favourite


newspaper for the fourth successive year in the only independent readership


research carried out for the industry.


Money Marketing is top for news, usefulness, comparative product


information, credibility and authority.


The research, by Plus Four Market Research for PIMS organiser Richmond


Events, was the result of a survey of 344 key IFAs on board the Oriana at


this year&#39s PIMS in June.


When asked which was the single most important weekly trade title, 49 per


cent of IFAs say Money Marketing, 24 per cent Financial Adviser, 16 per


cent Investment Adviser and 4 per cent Investment Week.

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