'Bring it on' - advisers react to NatWest's return to advice

Rory Percival: "Now one bank has got off the fence and done it, others will probably follow."

Rory Percival: "Now one bank has got off the fence and done it, others will probably follow."

"Bring it on" and "Customers will realise there are better alternatives" were two adviser reactions to the news NatWest is launching a robo-advice service to its five million-strong customer base on Monday.

The Royal Bank of Scotland brand's robo service is designed for customers with as little as £500 to invest as a lump sum, for a process fee of £10 and further 0.95% in fees for the investment, platform...

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