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Incisive Media unveils Adviserhound.com

by: IFAonline
  • 01/09/2010
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Incisive Media today launches Adviserhound.com, the industry’s first financial find engine designed specifically to cater for the day-to-day business needs of financial advisers.

The unique tool will help adviser firms spend less time hunting for product and performance information, and more time with clients.

Advisers can spend hours each week searching for the latest performance figures, provider contact information and regulatory developments, but Adviserhound.com offers a one-stop online portal designed to make advisers’ jobs that much easier.

Adviserhound.com will only pull relevant pages from designated investment and retail websites, resulting in a more efficient search.

For example, a search for ‘RDR’ on Adviserhound.com will deliver applicable pages associated with the Retail Distribution Review only. Using another search engine may bring up, for example, Rock Deformation Research, a geology consultancy based in Leeds.

Delivering performance data from Lipper, Trustnet, OBSR, Morningstar, Standard & Poor’s, Financial Express and Funds Library, Adviserhound.com also pulls in relevant video, product information, event details and more from your search.

Familiarise yourself with the site before setting it as your default homepage. But first, read our quick how-to guide HERE.

Congratulations, your job just got that much easier.

Adviserhound.com

 

 

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