National IFA AWD Chase de Vere has unveiled a practice buy-out solution for IFAs looking to retire or join a larger firm.
It says it can offer a "highly competitive" package and expects to attract advisers either struggling in the current economic climate or looking to retire within five or 10 years.
The firm is part of one of Europe's largest adviser companies, AWD Holding AG, which currently boasts more than 6,000 financial advisers.
"We are delighted to be in a position to offer a secure home for advisers to develop their client business," marketing director Martyn Laverick says.
"As a national organisation we pride ourselves on being able to deliver the capabilities you would expect from a large business, but at a local personalised level."
Laverick says AWD remains "one of the few" firms that can also offer advisers' clients access to advice services online or over the phone.
"We have looked at many of the packages available on the market and most of them promise a great deal but you need to read the small print," he adds.
"Our package is highly competitive and straightforward. We do not believe in promising one thing only to take it away later."
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