Could FAMR really herald the return of commission-based selling? Adrian Boulding believes such a move could do more harm than good...
HM Treasury finally recognised that the so-called 'advice gap' (that already existed pre-RDR) has widened considerably since 31 December 2012 when it unveiled its Financial Advice Market Review (FAMR)...
PFS renews its warning to industry
One-quarter of financial advisers have seen a pay rise greater than 10% after adopting the use of a discretionary fund manager (DFM), research for Rathbones undertaken by CoreData has suggested.
There are 1,840 asset management firms with £8trn AUM
RDR brought sweeping changes to adviser charging
New 'fee' feature
Range from 24 to 59 years old
Directors to pay upwards of £6m
Sanlam on Demand
No need for wet signatures
Fees play a big part