One-quarter of financial advisers have seen a pay rise greater than 10% after adopting the use of a discretionary fund manager (DFM), research for Rathbones undertaken by CoreData has suggested.
Rathbones' Value of discretionary fund management report, which is based on a study of 100 financial advisers, found one-in-eight (12%) advisers saw a pay rise of more than 20% after outsourcing their...
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On hearing the news the FCA has relaxed the regulations around the 10% drop notification rule until 1 October, Ray Tubman assesses what this really means for platforms and financial advisers...
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