Financial advisers are willing and able to break through the "perceived barriers" to at-retirement advice by inventing simpler offerings, chief executive of the Personal Finance Society (PFS) Keith Richards has said.
New research among PFS members suggested 75% of respondents believe they have the capacity to take on new at-retirement clients. Almost 40% said they are looking to develop simplified ways of delivering...
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