Truly Independent are delighted to announce that we have now launched our latest new and exciting development in the evolution of the service we provide to clients; the VERO Platform.

The VERO Platform will allow clients to have all their investments accessible in one place.

Speaking about the launch, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Andrew Goodwin, said: “We are constantly looking for new ways to improve our business offering to both clients and advisers. Our aim is to provide the very best and most complete offering in the market.

We spent a considerable time doing our due diligence and looking at our client service proposition to ensure our clients get the most out of the technology available to them.

The VERO Platform now gives us greater control over our investment proposition and greater functionality for our clients who are able to log onto the platform; either via the website, or the app we will be launching later this month.”

For further information, please contact a Truly Independent Financial Adviser.

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