In Partnership follows rebrand with launch of 3 trading options

Adviser network In Partnership has launched three new trading options after rebranding earlier this month, its group chief executive has said.

Greg Stark, who is also managing director of retail and partnerships for Europe, the Middle East and Africa at Russell Investments, said: “We’re strong believers that high-quality advice helps investors reach better financial outcomes.

“Our goal is to enable advisers to do this, and operate a successful and compliant business at the same time.”

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In Partnership offers three models from which appointed representatives can choose and combine, and which provide different levels of support from the network.

These consist of In Partnership Independent, which allows its members to be independent, In Partnership Select, which allows members to select their restricted offerering and Russell Wealth Management, a restricted solution which offers a comprehensive range of adviser services.

Mr Stark added: “We have spent the past year getting feedback from our network members, and the result is a distinct and flexible model that spans a range of operating styles, that is, either independent or restricted or both, with the flexibility for appointed representatives to choose any combination of these three ways to trade that is right for their clients and their business.”

Kevin McDonagh, chief executive officer of In Partnership Networks, said: “In Partnership has a 15-year track record of supporting firms that provide lifetime financial solutions to consumers.

“In Partnership exists to create innovative ways to design and make available real choices for our firms. We remain committed to helping create better overall outcomes for clients no matter who they are.”


In Partnership is a network of more than 500 investment, mortgage and protection advisers.

Originally named On-line Partnership Group, it was bought by Russell Investments last year.

The company rebranded as In Partnership earlier this month.

Russell Investments, which is based in Seattle, US, has more than $279bn (£174.3bn) in assets under management.