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Linx FS switches networks and signs up with PTFS

Linx FS has joined the Personal Touch Financial Services network.

Until recently the network was an appointed representative of AllMyPlans.com.

Linx is offering two propositions under PTFS – an appointed representative model and one for advisers who would like to remain under the Linx umbrella as registered individuals.

Former BDS Mortgage Group directors Phil Jay and Bob Hope joined forces to launch Linx in 2009.

In March this year the firm formed a strategic alliance with packager Complete Mortgage and Loan Services.

The two companies now share resources and work out of the same offices while maintaining their individual branding.

Hope, director at Linx, says: “We are pleased with PTFS as our choice of network partner as it mirrors our core values – integrity and a can-do attitude.

“This alliance will allow us to grow to 100 advisers as we planned, while offering a secure framework for members. The feedback we have received during the transition period has been positive and we’re grateful for the strong support of our members.”

Dev Malle, sales and marketing director at PTFS, says: “It’s encouraging to see an organisation with a clear strategy of backing its advisers and the infrastructure to support this, and we are looking forward to working with Linx.”

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