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eXchange service for IFA websites

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The eXchange has developed a service to help independent financial advisers design and maintain a ta...

The eXchange has developed a service to help independent financial advisers design and maintain a tailored website at low cost.

AdviserNet Web Builder is available through the eXweb service on three different levels.

The Bronze service offers IFAs a brochure-based website with e-mail access, which allows 24-hour updates.

The Silver service provides a fully interactive site offering an online financial products and services guide for IFAs to use with clients plus a series of personal finance calculators.

Finally, the gold service offers a custom-built site allowing IFAs to specify and select the features most pertinent to their business.

The service, developed in conjunction with Sammedia, costs from £22 per month.

For further information contact 01932 586100.

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