Informed Choice is inviting IFA businesses to a series of 'open days' where they can learn about how the company operates following "unfair" criticism over its pro-RDR stance.
The Surrey-based firm has set aside five days between November and March when guests will be able to find out more about its client proposition, pricing of services and use of social media.
CEO Nick Bamford says: "As a result of our stance in favour of the RDR, we have received some unfair criticism that we have some kind of vested interest in the reduction in the number of IFAs post RDR and even that we have a 'hidden agenda'.
"This is simply not the case. We are happy to share what we have done with our business with any of our peers and this is at no cost to them, other than time and the cost of getting here.
"We have already met with a number of friends in the IFA sector and are happy to share with a lot more."
Interested? Contact Lizanne on 01483 274566 or email [email protected]
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