Become an Introducer // Earn income introducing our investments to your clients
Being an introducer is a great way to earn revenue by helping clients find scrutinised alternative investments
Join The Avantis Introducer Network
By Avantis Wealth - October 01, 2021
Being an introducer is a great way to earn additional revenue. Here we talk about the different types of Introducer.
Why become an Introducer with Avantis Wealth?
We have many years of experience of working with Introducers and have gained valuable knowledge during this period. We reflect that in the care we take and the understanding we have in our relationships with Introducers, for our mutual benefit.
As an Introducer you would bring new business to Avantis Wealth, in return for an introductory commission. There are three different types of Introducer, each designed to fit a particular way of working.
If you are interested in becoming an Introducer with Avantis Wealth please contact us.
When your application has been approved
Provided all is satisfactory, we will ask you to make a formal application which will result in us completing a thorough due diligence process.
On satisfactory completion of due-diligence, we will send you an Introducer agreement for signature, following which we will discuss your marketing activity and assist in formulating a plan for the first few months.
After reading the guide, If you are interested in becoming an Introducer with Avantis please contact us and we will be in contact to let you know the next steps in the process.
Avantis Wealth Ltd is not authorised or regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). This is not a financial promotion or an invitation to invest. Avantis Wealth Ltd does not provide any financial or investment advice. We provide a referral to a regulated advisor who will offer appropriate advice, or to the company offering an investment who will determine your suitability for the investment prior to any offer being made. We strongly recommend that you seek appropriate professional advice before entering into any contract. The value of any investments can go down as well as up and you might not get back what you put in. You may have difficulty selling any investment at a reasonable price and in some circumstances, it might be difficult to sell at any price. Do not invest unless you have carefully thought about whether you can afford it and whether it is right for you and if necessary consult with a professional adviser in accordance with the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. These products are not regulated by the FCA or covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme and you will not have access to the financial ombudsman service. Information is provided as a guide only, is subject to change without prior notice and doesn’t constitute an offer of investment. This investment is restricted to persons who are high net worth, sophisticated or professional investors or who take independent advice from an authorised independent financial advisor.