Simon Binney: Five predictions for the financial advice sector

Future gazing to 2029

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Simon Binney: "Imagine a future where technology and automation drive overall profitability as a result of new charging frameworks, new efficient processes and demand from significantly more clients."
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Simon Binney: "Imagine a future where technology and automation drive overall profitability as a result of new charging frameworks, new efficient processes and demand from significantly more clients."

The next 10 years will see firms come and go as they claim their automated offering is best but, predicts Simon Binney, it is those that put ethical, professional and quality advice at their core that will naturally rise to the top

"Out of adversity comes opportunity," Benjamin Franklin once observed. The Retail Distribution Review changed the advice landscape beyond recognition, with many advisers opting to leave the market, but...

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