Moneyfacts has expanded its operations with the launch of an e-commerce portal for financial advisers, eMoneyfacts.
For the cost of a current year's subscription to Moneyfacts magazine, eMoneyfacts combines the best features of printed publications and online services to deliver assistance to those advising on mortgages, savings, protection, credit cards and loans.
Features includes ePages, an online version of Moneyfacts mortgage pages, updated in real-time and offering time-saving interactive sorting and filtering features, and a state-of-the-art, whole-of-market mortgage sourcing system providing access to Moneyfacts' entire mortgage database.
The Moneyfacts Mortgage Hub provides a single point of access to lenders. As well as a commission comparison search it also gives one-click links to lenders' websites, online applications and downloadable application forms.
A mortgage compliance centre providing intermediaries with a straightforward reference guide to the new FSA mortgage regulations, especially helpful to those going directly authorised.
Daily Selections offer further convenience and speed by providing details of the best products available on the market, updated every day and news updates of all product launches and changes as they happen.
In partnership with Webline, eMoneyfacts also includes a free online premium quotation and e-submission service covering life assurance, critical illness cover, family income benefit and mortgage protection.
John Woods, chief executive of Moneyfacts, says: “eMoneyfacts is totally different from anything else around. It is a concept Moneyfacts has been working on for several years.
“It takes advantage of the latest advances in search technology to offer a truly 21st century solution to the intermediary.
“And because it utilises Moneyfacts existing capabilities, it can be offered to customers at no additional cost.”