Life and pensions specialist LV= has strengthened its partnership with the Tenet Group.
As part of the tie-up the LV= regional sales teams will now provide their local Tenet advisers with on the ground sales and technical support.
The provider said it will also work with Tenet to provide advisers with technical updates and regular articles and in the second half of the year, LV= will host a series of pensions seminars for Tenet advisers.
Tenet advisers already have access to the full range of LV= life and pensions products.
Tenet distribution and development director Helen Turner said: "The new partnership will enable our advisers to benefit from the enormous depth of technical knowledge that LV= has to offer, and deliver a range of excellent products to their customers."
Steve Lewis, LV= head of retirement distribution, said: "In this post-RDR world we remain committed to the intermediary market. We look forward to developing our relationship with Tenet, to provide their advisers not only with great products, but the relevant assistance to help grow their business."
Meanwhile, Rowan Dartington Signature has joined Tenet's panel of discretionary fund managers.
The Tenet panel selection process is run on a fully independent and impartial basis and comprises a thorough and comprehensive review of a DFM's services, performance and charges. The whole portfolio of Rowan Dartington Signature services is now available to all Tenet advisers.
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