Air Group, the collective of companies covering a range of retirement and later life services, has today launched a new Hub for advisers providing Coronavirus updates and business continuity resources.
It contains the very latest information, resources and materials in order to help later life advisers stay up-to-date and to help them continue operating a successful business through this period.
The Hub is broken down into a number of relevant sections covering: news and product updates; provider information; support tools including a guide to remote working, and a list of frequently asked questions and answers.
There is also a video available of the two Stuart Wilson’s – with the Air Group CEO being interviewed by his counterpart, the B2B Marketing Director of more2life, covering the current market situation, its challenges and how to overcome them.
Air Group is urging later life advisers to check back daily as it has committed to updating the Hub with the very latest news, materials and resources.
Air Group) includes: Air Mortgage Club – the distributor for equity release and later life advisers; Air Sourcing – the free, one-stop platform for advisers servicing their clients’ entire later life requirements; Air Later Life Academy – the commercial and training organisation for later life advisers; and Air Rewards – the Group’s reward scheme for awards.
Stuart Wilson, CEO at Air Group, commented: “We fully understand that these are difficult business conditions for later life advisers and we wanted to provide them with relevant and up-to-date information which will help them continue to provide a valued service to clients at this time. Air Group has therefore been monitoring developments and working with our provider partners, Academy Ambassadors, trade bodies, and intermediary firms themselves, to find workable solutions in order to do this.
“We’ve created this Hub for all advisers to utilise, which will be constantly updated and should allow all stakeholders to find relevant information and support in one place. It’s our belief that advice is still very much required and our focus is on helping advisers to deliver this for clients, while of course continuing to meet the ongoing Government guidelines.”