Tenet Group has launched an ‘RDR ready' adviser support campaign aimed at helping the four out of five investment advisers who do not hold the necessary qualifications to continue operating post 2012.
The campaign includes: a 12-page guide to the RDR, a dedicated internet microsite offering bespoke QCF4 training packages, advice on switching to a fee-based service, a freephone helpline and the opportunity for advisers to receive a free personalised qualifications audit & individual action plan.
Keith Richards, distribution and development director at Tenet, says: "We are entering a period of significant change which affects every part of the industry, yet there still remains a lot of uncertainty and misunderstanding of what is required and the options available
"What we have done is produce a simple, straightforward, unbiased guide to help IFAs make an informed choice and plan more effectively for the post-RDR world."
To visit the Tenet RDR micro site visit: www.tenetmakessense.co.uk
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