IFAs outsourcing investment 'due to knowledge limits'


Almost a third of investment advisory firms are outsourcing discretionary management, with most citing knowledge constraints, a Close Asset Management study suggests.

The group's inaugural Adviser Insight survey found 28% of almost 400 IFA respondents now outsource fund management responsibilities, with almost three quarters (74%) of those acknowledging asset managers...

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