National IFA Pi Financial signs five-year deal with DT

To support investment process and MiFID II standards

Victoria McKeever
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National IFA Pi Financial has signed a five-year deal with Distribution Technology to use its risk-profiling software, Dynamic Planner, to support its investment process and MiFID II standards.

Shropshire-based Pi Financial's 100-plus advisers and 150-strong back office staff will use Dynamic Planner to support with investment processes and suitability requirements under the second Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II). The IFA said the software was selected as part of a rigorous assessment of the market because of its robust investment process. "Having reviewed the market, Dynamic Planner stood out as the service that enables us to align the client's objectives and attitude to risk to appropriate investments," said Pi Financial managing director Tim Sutcliff...

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