DBS Financial Management, the network of IFAs, today announced the winning of a contract to supply Sa...
No sum has been attached to the deal, but it is Saga's intention to roll out its IFA services nationwide.
A pilot project is already offering the services in a part of southern England before it is fully taken up by the year-end or early next year.
DBS says the win is another step to broadening its sales of services to directly regulated IFA, which Saga will act as.
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