The Federation of European IFAs has added further firms to its membership. The trade association now has in excess of 30 companies under its banner and continues to provide an exclusive range of services for them.
Towards the end of last year, SRFM Ltd, AISA International, and FCP Insurance Consultants all joined FEIFA. The former is a UK-based, FSA regulated company with international clients. AISA International is based in the Czech Republic whilst FCP is located in Cyprus, but with advisers across Europe.
Since the turn of the year a further Cyprus-based operation, FAA Insurance Advisers Ltd, has also joined the Federation, along with non-dom experts UK-based Mark Dean Wealth Management and international yacht crew advisory specialist Yachting Financial Solutions.
The latest new member is Speed Financial Solutions – a business based in Spain and part of the Nexus network. This is another example of how the benefits of membership dovetail well, even with networks.
“We are very pleased to welcome all of these companies on board”, FEIFA CEO Paul Stanfield confirmed. “The regularity with which we have created member benefits has led to a consistent and regular growth in our membership – this has been particularly evident in the last few months”.
This year alone the Federation has agreed a unique and heavily discounted arrangement for it members with regards to the FE Analytics research service and the Broker Back Office system.
In a couple of weeks the trade body will also host it second Spring Conference. This event will bring the key decision makers from the majority of its member companies to London for a day of presentations from 12 major financial institutions.
FEIFA is a non-profit trade association for English-speaking IFAs based or operating on the European mainland. It launched in August 2009 and has grown very rapidly since then. The Federation also runs a Partnership Programme that boasts alliances with over 40 companies, all providing potential benefits for FEIFA member IFAs.
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