Fidelity FundsNetwork Launches Knowledge Hub

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London-based Fidelity FundsNetwork unveils Knowledge Hub aimed at financial advisers.

London-based Fidelity FundsNetwork, a subsidiary of Fidelity International, has launched Knowledge Hub, an online service that provides financial advisers with training, demonstrations of platform tools and services, and guidance and insight on key themes from tax to regulations.

Launched this month, Knowledge Hub covers a range of topics from features and navigation of the website, to demonstrating the firm's Portfolio Evaluator service.

It will enable advisers to get to grips with topics about which they want to increase their knowledge, as well as helping them to better understand the services, tools and benefits available to use on the FundsNetwork platform.

The first step in the program is the launch of a series of interactive webinars designed to help advisers get a head start in client-asset modeling with the new Portfolio Evaluator tool, more effectively manage their clients' investments online, reduce the amount of paper they use through online dealing, and electronic document delivery.

David White, head of Fidelity FundsNetwork, says the Knowledge Hub has been designed to deliver more information and training direct to advisers' desktops. With the impending retail distribution review (RDR), time is precious, so using the new webinar program, advisers can pick and choose the modules that are most appropriate for them and their businesses, says White.

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