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Uses FE risk score banding
Questionnaire and snapshot analysis
New focus on behavioural finance and client experience
Risk-profiling tool launched
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FCA outlines regulatory protections
Intrinsic appointed representative Wealth Help is launching a direct to consumer (D2C) service to facilitate financial planning for the mass market.
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Platform technology provider FNZ is rolling out an alternative to traditional suitability tools to its platform and adviser clients, to help them assess consumers' broader understanding of financial services.
Distribution Technology (DT), a provider of risk profiling tools to hundreds of adviser firms, has introduced high yield bonds to eight of its ten risk models for the first time.
Technology provider Intelliflo has unveiled a new chief executive as current incumbent and company founder Nick Eatock becomes executive chairman.
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Capita Financial Software has entered the increasingly competitive risk-profiling market with the launch of its Synaptic Modeller tool.
Adviser comparison website VouchedFor will launch to the public on Monday after a year-long pilot.
PA's tech guru Mark Polson reviews Skandia's Appetite For Risk app.
Lowes Financial Management has launched a portfolio analysis tool for users of its client-facing website CompareStructuredProducts.com.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) is reassuring advisers they do not need to record telephone conversations with clients after some received inaccurate promotions suggesting they did.
The creator of a non-advised online fund selection tool for investors has called on more advisers to develop their own online technology.
Advice firms should not become fixated on remaining independent, network and support service provider Sesame Bankhall has said.