AXA Wealth has announced its adviser charging proposition will cover its entire product range.
The firm has confirmed its adviser charging model will encompass both new business and legacy assets - something it said will meet the needs of the majority of advisers.
Axa Wealth claims to be the first company to offer adviser charging across its full product range.
It added the proposition builds on the firm's existing adviser charging business model, created with the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) in mind.
The company said because many advisers currently working with it are already remunerated through fees agreed with clients, they will experience minimal change post-RDR.
Marketing and distribution managing director David Thompson (pictured) said Axa Wealth is "ahead of the game" in terms of adviser charging.
"Most companies have yet to state their position in terms of how they are going to treat their adviser charging proposition in a post-RDR environment," he said.
Thompson added: "With just six months to go before RDR, it is important that providers clearly articulate, as early as possible, how they will handle adviser remuneration in order that advisers have sufficient time to get RDR-ready."
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