Co-op continues IFA drive with FundsNetwork launch


Co-operative Investments is continuing its expansion into the IFA market after launching its three most popular funds on the Fidelity FundsNetwork platform.

The firm says the move will provide investors with wider access to its unit trusts and “unique expertise” in the responsible investment arena. It follows Co-ops first foray into the IFA market earlier this month when it launching the same three trusts - CIS Sustainable Leaders, CIS UK Growth, and the CIS UK Income with Growth – on the Cofunds platform. Mark Summerfield, director of life & savings at Co-op, says: “The launch onto FundsNetwork is the next step in our commitment to widen and develop a proposition for the broader intermediary market. “We believe the combination of our truste...

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