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Wentworth Rose extends tie-up with Telegraph

Wentworth Rose has signed a new contract with the Telegraph Group to extend its Telegraph Retirement Service to Daily and Sunday Telegraph readers until 2006.

The extension of the link means the company will continue to advise Telegraph readers on all aspects of regulated retirement investments, including annuities, drawdown, retirement protection, self-invested personal pensions and stakeholder plans.

The service was launched in 1999 and is now one of the biggest providers of annuity and drawdown advice direct to the public, with over 65,000 Telegraph readers using it over the last four years.

The service offers full advice on a fee or commission basis but does not normally do execution-only business.

Wentworth Rose chief executive Philip Rose says: “This is one of our most important contracts. Telegraph readers are ideal clients for a sophisticated IFA service.”

Telegraph Group enterprises director Alex Stitt says: “The Telegraph requires branded financial services to be the very best of its type and I can say that Wentworth Rose has reached this throughout our association.”


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