Baigrie pans providers' 'petty theft' of advisers' clients

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Tom Baigrie, the chief executive of protection broker LifeSearch, has hit out at product providers for pretending to "police" advisers' relationships with their customers, a practice he dubbed "institutional petty theft".

Baigrie, speaking at the annual LifeSearch awards in London, said an ulterior motive lie behind many providers contacting advisers' clients. "What about respecting our relationship and reputatio...

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