David Elliott & Stuart Erskine: It's time to embrace the CRP

Centralised retirement proposition

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David Elliott (left) and Stuart Erskine: "A CRP should sit at the heart of what advisers are doing for older clients now and will help business owners consider the changing demographic profile of their client banks."
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David Elliott (left) and Stuart Erskine: "A CRP should sit at the heart of what advisers are doing for older clients now and will help business owners consider the changing demographic profile of their client banks."

David Elliott and Stuart Erskine put the case for why advisers should consider adopting a centralised retirement proposition as a distinct area of their business and part of their offer to clients

Advisers will already be very familiar with centralised investment propositions (CIPs). For the majority of adviser businesses, the CIP is now the key to delivering consistent, robust and repeatable client...

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