Intelligent Finance, the new telenet bank, is continuing with its roadshows for professional adviser...
Intelligent Finance, the new telenet bank, is continuing with its roadshows for professional advisers across the UK, with the next stop in Birmingham today.
The roadshows will demonstrate how Intelligent Finance is working for professional advisers, outline new service pledges designed to meet the needs of advisers and unveil a new website service solely for advisers.
Ian Jeffery, sales director at Intelligent Finance, said: "Before we launched the bank, we held a series of roadshows which flamboyantly outlined the bank, its products and our philosophy. Since launching the phone service on 29 September and the consumer internet service on 30 November, we have been very successful in building relationships with professional advisers across the UK and obtained a lot of business for the bank.
"As the bank has now been operating for some months, we felt it was time to get on the road again with a new-style roadshow which is very much about working together to maximise the service. As well as a practical presentation, highlighting local professional advisers that have successfully used Intelligent Finance, the roadshows will include a number of working groups covering certain issues such as technology to enable Advisers to take part in the ongoing development of services from the bank."
Visitors at the roadshows will also get a hands-on guide to using the new professional adviser website which is being launched in time for the roadshows. The website enables registered Advisers to view the progress of clients' applications and keep an eye on the commission they have earned through Intelligent Finance. Where space allows, the Intelligent Finance branded lorry will also be parked outside the venue with computer equipment giving direct access to the internet and the opportunity to place business with Intelligent Finance whilst at the roadshow.
For more information contact Intelligent Finance sales support on 0131 658 2320 or email: [email protected]
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