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Pink relaunches DA club

Pink is relaunching its club for directly authorised advisers, the Pink Club.

The club is today launching a new website and over the coming weeks will introduce its mortgage desk and compliance support packages, as well as announcing its protection and general insurance panels.

In addition, Pink is relaunching its Club VIP membership for advisers who commit to higher levels of business each month.

David Copland, chief executive of Pink, says: “The relaunch of the Pink Club has been some months in the planning as we’ve taken the time to speak with our DA members about what will make the biggest positive difference to their businesses. 

“Today, the launch of the website and the new features is the first step towards making that a reality. We are totally committed to helping our DA members to be as successful as possible in every way that we can.”

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