UK - Technology provider 1st has been selected as the supplier of choice for the high net worth financial planning business of broking firm,THINC.
1st will develop business solutions for THINC’s head office and adviser firms.
1st’s adviser office system provides marketing and back-office technology solutions with integrated e-business links to the major portals, fund supermarkets and providers.
Current partners include Prudential, Scottish Life, Scottish Widows, Norwich Union, Axa and Fidelity.
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