Advisers will always be core to Legal & General's (L&G) business but the restricted space is where it expects large future growth, according to the group's executive director for savings.
Mark Gregory says he expects a number of advisers to offer restricted advice alongside their whole of market option as a type of ‘triage’ service, at a third of the cost of independent advice. In support...
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