Simon Binney: The democratisation of financial advice

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 Simon Binney: "Clients now expect a level of technology and digital support to accompany their every transaction."
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Simon Binney: "Clients now expect a level of technology and digital support to accompany their every transaction."

To 'normalise' advice, argues Simon Binney, the sector must first help spread the word advice is accessible, affordable and reliable and then adopt a new model that is able to cater to a new type of client

There is much debate around the pensions crisis - the millions who have not planned their finances and are now facing a retirement gap, the problem of low interest rates and rising inflation figures, and...

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