The ‘bounceback’ hub has been added to the company’s Covid-19 adviser support hub which has seen 20,000 views, the company says.
SBG says the launch of a new ‘bounceback’ hub will help firms “navigate towards a post-crisis market and emerge stronger from the Coronavirus pandemic.”
The new hub provides tools and information for wealth advisers and mortgage and protection brokers across Sesame Network, PMS Mortgage Club and Bankhall, along with advisory firms from the wider financial services community.
The new bounceback is split into four sections and covers:
1. New Normal: Support with understanding what the new world looks like and the lessons to be learnt from the coronavirus crisis. It includes the impact of changing consumer behaviours and how this could influence the way future business is conducted.
2. Business Resilience: Assistance for advisory firms on how to make their business more robust and able to cope with a similar crisis in the future.
3. Business Growth: Help with identifying the opportunities for advisory firms that have been created by the crisis. This includes insight on how firms can become leaner and more productive.
4. Good News Stories: A round-up of hints, tips and uplifting articles accumulated during the lockdown to highlight “human resilience and togetherness”.
SBG’s new bounceback initiative will be updated daily with new content and guidance.
John Cowan, SBG executive chairman, said: “Whilst the immediate priority for advisers was to deal with the issues the crisis created for their business and clients, more and more firms are now turning their attention to how they navigate towards a post-crisis market.
“SBG is committed to supporting all advisers, wherever they are on their journey, because one thing is clear: we will come out of this. Thousands of advisers have already accessed our Covid-19 business support over the last few months. We hope that our new bounceback hub will become a valuable resource for thousands more, as firms adapt to this changing environment and find new ways to run better businesses.”
SBG runs one of the UK’s largest appointed representative (AR) networks as well as Bankhall for directly regulated firms and mortgage broking firm PMS.