SMSF administration software provider Class has partnered with an ASX-listed fintech company to provide licensed accountants with advice technology.
Class has developed an integration for its software in collaboration with fintech company Rubik to help accountants engage with clients and provide advice.
Rubik chief executive Iain Dunstan said the partnership with Class is a timely one given the FOFA reforms requiring accountants to become licensed came into effect at the beginning of July.
“The integration with Class Super will enable accountants to facilitate rapid engagement, strategy illustration and advice generation across all common advice topics in the Australian advice landscape,” he said.
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