Hansard International, the Isle of Man-based savings product provider, has launched a website for smart phones that it says showcases the best features of its adviser-focused online platform, Hansard Online.
Hansard Online – or ‘HOL’, as the company says it is known as to its “thousands” of daily adviser-users – also now permits advisers to use some of the online tools that the company has recently developed.
These include a new online business tool that Hansard says is already responsible for more than 90% of the company’s new business; and a fund research centre, which the company says gives advisers “bespoke, personalised reports” for their clients.
The smart-phone version of HOL, Hansard says, is known as “HOL Lite”.
Hansard International global sales and marketing director Graham Morrall said the company has invested significant amounts of time and resources in developing HOL over the last few years. HOL Lite, he added, “enables us to easily showcase this technology to advisers who are interested in finding out more”.
The HOL Lite site may be accessed by clicking here.
Hansard International is a division of London Stock Exchange-listed Hansard Global plc. It markets tax-efficient investment products designed to accommodate the needs of affluent, international investors. Hansard was originally founded as Liberty Life in the UK in 1970 by Leonard Polonsky, who reportedly started it with an investment of only £80,000.