The Times and Sunday Times have launched a wealth management service in conjunction with investment firm Bestinvest.
Times Wealth Management, as the firm will be called, will offer investors access to a range of products including ISAs, self-invested persona pensions (SIPPs), funds and investment trusts.
It will also provide access to advice from Bestinvest advisers.
Times Wealth Management will provide four types of service:
A non-advised on-line service with access to more than 2,000 investments, planning tools and research.
An advisory service where the investor receives personalised advice from a named adviser.
A fully-managed offering where the investor has their portfolio managed for them.
A personalised wealth management service where a qualified financial planning expert advises them on issues such as pensions and inheritance tax.
Bestinvest chief executive Peter Hall (pictured) said: "With many of the high street banks having withdrawn from the advice market, large numbers of people have been left in need of help with their financial affairs and investments.
"We are therefore delighted to be partnering with The Times and Sunday Times to provide a comprehensive and competitive range of services to suit the needs of readers, whether they choose to manage their own investments or want the help of a trusted and qualified adviser."
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