Nine in 10 advice businesses now use a CIP - the lang cat

DFM assets approaching £100bn on platforms

Tom Ellis
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Terry Huddart: "This big level of CIP usage is about to have its tyres seriously booted in many ways - it's going to be interesting."
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Terry Huddart: "This big level of CIP usage is about to have its tyres seriously booted in many ways - it's going to be interesting."

A centralised investment proposition is overwhelmingly now the most popular choice for an advice firm's investment construction, according to the lang cat's wide-ranging survey of 235 financial businesses.

The consultant's research, seen exclusively by Professional Adviser, found almost nine in 10 (86%) adviser firms now use a centralised investment proposition (CIP). And, of that 86%, almost half...

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