AFH has been tooting its own horn about scrapping platform fees for clients and taking on the cost burden itself yet, writes Tom Ellis, this is not a model many advisers could - or even should - seek to emulate
At first glance the decision of growing consolidator AFH, as a business, to take on clients' platform fees seems brave, pioneering and, not least, really expensive. If a platform costs each client 0.30%...
PARTNER INSIGHT: For many advisers, outsourcing to a multi-manager or discretionary fund manager makes sense, allowing them to focus on the adviser-client relationship
An added tier of asset management can of course deliver additional benefits for certain investors, writes Graham Bentley - just be sure you can justify it to the regulator and, especially, the client
The government is "in daily contact" with industry figures over the pensions dashboard as it prepares for the roll-out and its feasibility report, Guy Opperman has said.
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From 1 April 2019