Karl Dines: The butterfly effect in advisers' CIPs

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"A decision made in one area would have knock on consequences in another - call it the financial butterfly effect."
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"A decision made in one area would have knock on consequences in another - call it the financial butterfly effect."

In the first article of a three-part series for Professional Adviser, Karl Dines explores the changing parts in advisers central investment propositions and how the Retail Distribution Review changed the game...

We've come a long way. If you're a seasoned veteran in our profession, you will remember the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) and those who don't will have heard rumours of the world before and after RDR,...

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