Remote possibility for lower-net-worth clients

Scott, Tracey
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/28/2009, p7
The article reports on the statement given by Ascentric that it will be helping adviser firms to offer an advice proposition to lower-net-worth clients in Great Britain. Managing director Hugo Thorman stated that advisers are starting to see business-to-consumer platforms as a way of assisting clients who cannot afford face-to-face financial advice. It is stated that Thorman also sees plenty of opportunities for advisers because banks are yet to put up in the field.


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