The majority of adviser firms anticipate placing more than 75% of new assets in clean share classes, according research carried out by AXA Wealth.
Approximately 52% of the 300 advisers surveyed as part of Axa Wealth's quarterly adviser survey said they anticipate more than 75% of new platform business going into clean share class funds during the next 12 months.
A further 20% predict that the level of new assets going into clean share classes will be above 50%.
Axa Elevate managing director David Thompson said: "Advisers have embraced the control that clean share classes provide over their clients assets.
"Together with the introduction of the RDR, HMRC's decision to tax fund manager rebates and the FCA's platform paper rules, these factors have all contributed to the rapid adoption of clean share classes during the first half of 2013.
"This trend is something we have witnessed on our Elevate platform with the percentage of inflows into clean share classes increasing month on month."
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