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Moneyfacts offers advisers e-commerce portal

Moneyfacts has expanded its operations with the launch of an e-commerce portal for financial advisers called eMoneyfacts.

For the cost of a year&#39s subscription to Moneyfacts magazine, eMoneyfacts combines the features of a printed publication with online services.

The Moneyfacts Mortgage Hub will provide a single point of access to lenders. As well as a commission comparison search it gives links to lenders&#39 websites, online applications and downloadable application forms. A compliance centre is also featured.

John Woods, chief executive of Moneyfacts, says: “This takes advantage of the latest search technology to offer a 21st century solution. And because it utilises Moneyfacts&#39 existing capabilities it can be offered to customers at no extra cost.”

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