MacRobins asks providers to 'reconsider actions' on Honister commission

Nicola Brittain

The advisory business that acquired the trail and pipeline commissions of Honister Capital advisers has questioned some of the actions of providers since the deal took place, and pledged it "will not compete" with the IFAs over their clients.

In a statement released today, MacRobins said it had the "greatest sympathy" over the plight of the advisers involved, adding: "We have no desire or intention to compete with the former advisers of Honister...

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