Advisers should tailor their ongoing services to their clients and don't need to see all of them annually to satisfy an unwritten rule about treating active customers fairly, Prudential head of business consultancy Paul Harrison has said.
While the core service a firm offers should be consistent, advisers should think about modifying how often they see their clients and through which channels in order to free up capacity, he said. For...
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