Three intermediary trade bodies have concluded the Sandler suite of stakeholder products is unnecess...
Three intermediary trade bodies have concluded the Sandler suite of stakeholder products is unnecessary and will not help close the savings gap. A report jointly published by the Life Insurance Association, Society of Financial Adviers and the Institute of Financial Planning argued that adjustments to existing products would be more effective in encouraging saving than the new products. It said that the proposed charge cap on the new products would mean that few providers would sell them.
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