There will be two different propositions under the new structure including an appointed representative model and one for advisers who want to sit under the Linx FS umbrella as registered individuals.
The new regional network will still be known as Linx FS and the firm said it will offer its members a more competitive pricing structure at a time when other networks are increasing their costs.
Bob Hope, director at Linx FS, said: “We are exceedingly pleased with PTFS as our choice of network partner as they mirror our core values of integrity and ‘can do’ attitude. This alliance allows Linx to grow to our planned 100 advisers and offer a very secure framework for our members.
“The feedback we have received during this transition has been positive and we’re very grateful for the fantastic support of our members.”