New platform to help cut through noise

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No More Practice has unveiled a new online investments marketplace to help advisers 'cut through the noise' when it comes to investment choices.

The new investments platform aims to enhance the overall service proposition of accountants, advisers and financial brokers by providing a directory of investment products and practical commentary on the latest investment trends and product enhancements.

Investment houses such as Australian Unity, Grant Samuel, Pengana and Australian Ethical have joined other premium offerings on the marketplace. Industry commentators such as Graham Rich from Portfolio Construction Investments and Greg Bright will also provide regular commentary.

Vanessa Stoykov, the creator and owner of No More Practice said the launch of an investment centric section broadens the No More Practice education offering to include expert insight and product information that helps wealth professionals grow their business.

No More Practice exists to help educate the three key parts of the wealth advice industry – the accountant, adviser and finance broker. Investments are a key component of all wealth advisers’ businesses: this platform helps professionals manoeuvre a difficult and sometimes confusing sector.

“Understanding and keeping up to date with the latest research, investment trends and understanding which products best suit clients is a business critical activity – but also hugely time consuming. 

“This platform helps professionals cut through the noise and deliver best in class managers and products,” she said.

Heading the investments platform is industry veteran Angela Ashton. Ashton has more than 20 years’ experience in financial services, including senior investment research and leadership roles at QIC and van Eyk Research. As head of investments, Ashton will identify the best investment houses and products for the online educational directory.

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