Intrinsic puts pressure on IFAs following independence audit

Some advisers did not meet regulatory independence requirements

Carmen Reichman
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Intrinsic puts pressure on IFAs following independence audit

Intrinsic has audited the independent advisers of its network and subsidiary Positive Solutions and asked those it deemed non-compliant to rectify the shortfalls or become restricted.

The network audited all of its IFAs, alongside those of national IFA Positive Solutions, which it bought in 2013. It found some of the advisers did not meet regulatory independence requirements, which...

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