IFAonline relaunches today with a completely new design and a sophisticated content management system designed to make it easier for you to find your way around.
The redesign has given the site a complete overhaul - not just in the way it looks, but also in the content it holds. Content from Professional Adviser, Cover, Retirement Planner, International Investment and ETFM will all be available under the IFAonline umbrella.
This will enable users to tailor the content they read to suit their own needs. If you just want to see the content from Professional Adviser, you can do, either by going direct to the url www.ifaonline.co.uk/ professional-adviser or by selecting ‘Professional Adviser' from the list of brands on the IFAonline page.
Alternatively, you can view pages pooling content from all titles sorted by subject matter. For example, click on ‘Insurance' on the IFAonline navigation bar at the top of the page and you will be presented with a list of all content relating to insurance, whether features, news, interviews or video and audio files, drawn from Professional Adviser, Cover, Retirement Planner, IFAonline itself and more.
All stories will also present you with relevant content from all partner sites as well as related articles from other sites around Incisive Media, including Investment Week, Professional Pensions, Mortgage Solutions, Hedge Funds Review and Post.
As well as all the new additions, IFAonline will maintain all the features that have made it so popular, such as the Coffee Lounge, blogs from leading industry figures, and the discussion board.
The site will also link to AdviserCareers, our recruitment website for the intermediary market, which lists hundreds of jobs from all areas of the personal finance industry.
Whatever you are looking for, if you are a financial adviser, the site should have something for you so visit www.ifaonline.co.uk now.
Click here to see a brief video detailing the new site.
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