Economist Michael Johnson found himself in the sights of the adviser community last week when he wrote the "IFA label represented an irretrievably damaged brand".
His paper, Put the Saver First, argued advisers should forget about “advice” and focus solely on “financial planning” instead. The report, reviewed by Conservative and Labour peers, was written to catalyse...
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