BT launches adviser hub

As BT pushes for its platforms to remain appealing to planners, the firm has launched a dedicated adviser hub, BT Open Services, to build on the introduction of BT Open and its associated pricing changes in July.

The hub would offer advisers and licensees, regardless of whether they have a relationship with BT platforms, access to services such as governance and technical support, educational events, and Australian Financial Services License (AFSL) transition and responsible manager support.

BT said that the platform would also benefit advisers and practices negotiating pricing with third party service providers, such as those providing research, compliance support, training, professional indemnity insurance and advice software support.

Since BT Open launched, BT reported that new adviser registrations to BT Panorama had grown 35 per cent and Panorama’s funds under management was up $1.4 billion.

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