MetLife has launched an adviser toolkit and client guide in a bid to help advisers assess their clients' capacity for loss.
The toolkit, which can be downloaded, includes video material with opinions from Gary Kershaw, compliance director of SimplyBiz, and Better Retirement Group's Billy Burrows, who helped develop the guide.
The company will also provide updated case studies and a new online capacity for loss and risk profile questionnaire.
The Financial Services Authority defines 'capacity for loss' as a "customer's ability to absorb falls in the value of their investments," with advisers required to take this into account when providing advice.
MetLife UK managing director, Dominic Grinstead, said: "Capacity for loss is a crucial issue and we have an ambitious campaign this year to meet adviser demand for information and opinion."
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