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IN Partnership adopts The Exchanges portal

E-commerce provider The Exchange has revealed IN Partnership is to use its Exweb portal on an exclusive basis.

From January 26, IN Partnerships 400 plus registered individuals will have access to Exweb with further adoption planned in the coming months.

Each user will now have access to Exwebs online services, which include quotations, e-submissions and research plus the specialist Exweb equity release service, supported by all 17 equity release providers in the intermediary marketplace.

David Child, managing director of The Exchange, says: We are delighted to announce this exclusive partnership with one of the countrys most successful and profitable IFA networks.

Not only will IN Partnership have access to all the online Exweb functionality but members will also be given the necessary training and support to ensure smooth and rapid usage of the services as part of their daily business processes.

Stanley Lovell, group executive chairman at IN Partnership, adds: As part of our future development plans, we decided to re-evaluate our technology needs and therefore conducted a review of the various market suppliers.

Following this analysis we decided to exclusively promote the Exweb portal service to our membership as our portal of choice.

“As well as providing the most comprehensive online service available in the marketplace we were also impressed with the added service functionality which was available exclusively.

The Exweb equity release service, for example, provides quotes from all the main providers and is not available anywhere else in the market – bringing significant extra value and opportunity to our members.


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