Karl Dines exits SimplyBiz to launch IFA support business

Financial services veteran launches Open Door Policy

Jenna Brown
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Karl Dines, the former head of business consultancy at SimplyBiz has left the firm to set up his own advisory support business Open Door Policy.

Dines said his firm would support advisory practices to answer ‘why' and ‘how' questions on critical subjects such as charging structures, price & value statements or building robust centralised investment propositions and centralised retirement propositions. Dines' venture is also open to providers, networks and software and compliance organisations. He explained it would be on a bespoke basis taking into consideration areas such as training, building propositions and advice on product construction and delivery of support services. He said: "Propositions cannot be created without kno...

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