Providing in-house investment management is too much work for two-thirds of time-poor or under resourced advisers, according to research from Investec Wealth and Investment.
In research that interviewed 107 financial advisers, 64% said it will be much harder to keep investment management services in house over the next two years. This comes after research from consultant...
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