It has been designed to support members of Sesame Network, PMS Mortgage Club and Bankhall.
The hub has been split into four sections, which include personal wellbeing, business and financial wellbeing, market news and questions and answers.
The personal wellbeing section will give advisers tips on how to stay mentally and physically healthy while the market news provides updates on industry news.
The business and financial wellbeing unit offers guidance on how business owners and advisers can work remotely, engage with customers and gain government support.
In addition to this the hub also provides links to other organisations such as the World Health Organization, the Bank of England and mental health charities.
John Cowan, executive chairman of Sesame Bankhall Group, said: “The coronavirus pandemic is an economic and social crisis beyond the scale any of us has witnessed in our lifetime.
“As a profession we need to work together in these unprecedented times and rise to the challenge in front of us.
“Nobody can predict how this pandemic will play out or indeed how long it will last. However, with events unfolding on a daily basis it’s important for us to provide clarity on the issues that matter,” he added.