The Association of Christian independent financial advisers (ACIFA) has re-launched its website, pro...
The Association of Christian independent financial advisers (ACIFA) has re-launched its website, providing consumers with a directory on how to find a member of the association nearest to them.
The ACIFA site also contains investment articles on topics such as Christian principles in handling money and debt, integrity and ethics and tax planning, retirement planning.
The site stresses that the opinions given in the articles are the individual opinions held by the authors since ACIFA itself does not hold any specific theological position other than a statement of faith and statement of conduct to which all members agree.
The association began in 1988 and now has more than 160 members from around the country. Membership is typically small firms of one to four principals, or single employees, although 26% of the membership is concentrated in larger firms.
Less than 20% of the membership comprises members of a network. DBS has the highest number of members, followed by Countrywide and then Burns Anderson.
The site is located at www.quests.co.uk/acifa.
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