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1. SimplyBiz launches new DB pension transfer bureau

The SimplyBiz Group has launched a new DB pension transfer bureau in partnership with Creative Wealth Management.

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2. Make your 'happy' new year come true in 2017

Happy New Year? The question is, how happy and successful is 2017 really going to be for you?  

Tags: SimplyBiz, Ken Davy
By Ken Davy
3. "Seismic events leave path unclear"

Looking back to this time last year, we were all aware that, following David Cameron's somewhat surprising overall victory in the General Election, we would have a referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union, and that in the US they would be voting for a new president.

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By Ken Davy
4. Why SimplyBiz's chair thinks the FCA is bringing consultation into disrepute
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Testimonials

“We have nothing but praise for the entire team at SimplyBiz. With their guidance we were able to go directly authorised and are so glad we did, as we have never looked back. The service we receive is impeccable and our business receives great value for money.”

Chris Pratt
Nottingham

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Latest News

Ken Davy: Do you have money to burn?

February 20, 2019

Group Chairman Ken Davy looks at how employing the right support technology could help advisers save time and money.

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NMBA champions the growth of new advisers in the sector

February 18, 2019

More than 100 financial services professionals have enrolled on the New Model Business Academy's (NMBA) apprenticeship programme since it was launched last year. 

 

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SimplyBiz considers acquisition service for advisers

February 18, 2019

SimplyBiz is working on a service to match advisers selling their businesses with potential buyers.

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Richard Ardron: Keeping pace with the modern client

February 12, 2019

Have the fundamental needs of clients changed? Or is it simply a case of evolving expectations and, as a result, changes in attitudes and behaviours?

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