Advisers badge banks as big winners in commission comeback debate

Advisers are largely opposed to a return of commission

Nicola Brittain
Advisers badge banks as big winners in commission comeback debate

Banks would reap the biggest rewards from a return to advice paid for by commission, advisers have said, as the high street giants also eye profits from robo-advice.

Financial advisers largely opposed a return to commission and argued greater investment in automated 'robo-advice' was a better solution to increasing public access to advice. However, a report today...

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