Fidelity FundsNetwork has assured advisers it has no plans to switch off trail commission before the 2016 deadline.
The announcement follows Skandia's confirmation that advisers will have until April 2016 to transition client holdings into its unbundled, fee based charging structure.
A spokesperson for Fidelity said: "We have no plans to switch off trail commission. However, we have seen a significant number of advisers move to fees already and we expect the majority of assets to have been converted by this date."
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has ruled that legacy payments from fund managers to platforms will be banned from April 2016.
A number of platform providers have said they intend to move away from a bundled model well in advance of the deadline.
Standard Life aims to have switched all clients to clean share classes by January and will start to carry out bulk conversions of assets in November.
Wrap platform Novia will also start to automatically convert retail share class funds to their clean equivalents from next month.
AXA Elevate managing director David Thompson has previously warned that automatic share class conversions could result in higher costs for investors due to cost differences between retail and clean share classes.
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