Virtual Net goes on the road

Amanda Jarvis

January 17, 2003

The event, which will be held at The St James Club on 30 January 2003, offers intermediaries the opportunity to see the benefits of joining a network that is designed by IFAs, and run by IFAs for IFAs. It will take the adviser through the realities of current networks and how Virtual Net offers a new way of doing business which will ensure that they retain a larger proportion of the income they generate.

Advisers will be able to attend one of two presentations. Presentation one takes place at 12.00noon to 2.00pm and the later presentation starts at 5.30pm and runs through to 7.30pm. The event will highlight the following: savings of up to 40% on commission charges; on-line commission payments; immediate compliance checking; personalised training support and guidance for CPD requirements.

Commenting on the roadshow, Virtual Net’s Junior Sobowale, said: “Our previous roadshows illustrated that people are genuinely interested in finding more out about the Virtual Net proposition and how we differ from other networks. The London event will enable us to talk to those that are at the sharp end of industry about how they can make their business more streamlined and profitable. Any IFA is welcome to attend from those who are dissatisfied with the services being offered by their current network to advisers who are thinking of becoming part of a network for the first time.”

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