Cofunds will extend its business opportunities masterclasses for advisers into next year.
The ‘Taking Action in Adversity’ seminars are designed to arm advisers with practical help in identifying and harnessing potential business-building areas in the current turbulent economy.
Additional dates have been added for next year, with the final seminar of this series being held in London on 11 November. The masterclass tour has so far visited 13 towns in the UK since September.
Cofunds believes more people will be looking to their adviser for reassurance about how to protect their investments in the current economic climate.
The seminar highlights where advisers can use management information (MI) gathered by the platform to improve their client service and build their business.
Andy Creak, managing director, sales and distribution at Cofunds, says there is a need to investigate what options are available for advisers in such a worrying climate.
He believes good business practice can lead to rewards for advisers and their clients even in turbulent times.IFAonline
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