The Client Declaration page is automatically included as a section within the Report Builder as standard. If you choose to include it, it will come out as a single page towards the back of your reports. It provides the option for you to sign off the report, and for the client(s) to sign to confirm they have read the report and understand the recommendations contained within it.


How to move the Client Declaration page 


It is worth remembering that you can change where the Client Declaration comes out in your reports by using the reordering arrows in the Report Builder. For example, you may prefer for it to be positioned at the very end of the report (after the appendices) and so you can click on the downwards arrow as shown in the screenshot below to achieve this.


How to add your job title to the Client Declaration Page


Only the adviser's name comes out within the Client Declaration page as standard. To quickly customise your template to achieve this follow the step by step instructions below.

1. From the dashboard click on Customisation>Report Content Manager.
2. Select Covering Letter from the section drop down menu.
3. Click on the edit snippet icon of the Covering Letter (Suitability Report) snippet as shown in the screenshot below.

 

4. Copy the 2 tags as shown highlighted red in the screenshot below.



5. Click on back to: report content manager.
6. Select Client Declaration from the section drop down menu.
7. Click on the edit snippet icon of the Client Declaration - Title & Adviser Signoff snippet.
8. Click create custom snippet and you will be directed to the Snippet Editor.
9. Delete the tag: {CD_Adviser_Text} from the bottom on this snippet, and paste in the 2x tags you copied from the previous snippet (remembering of course to use the paste as plain text function button of the Snippet Editor.)



10. Apply any formatting e.g. bold
11. Click save.

As a result, every time you download a report to Word the adviser's name and job title will be automatically inserted in the Client Declaration page of the report.