A significant number of IFAs are refusing to bow to the pressure to outsource management of their clients' investment portfolios and are continuing to do the job themselves, according to a poll.
More than a third - 37% - of IFAs asked in a survey by consultancy firm Harrison Spence said they still manage all of their clients' investment needs in house, rather than giving the task to a multi-manager...
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