RDR charging raises platform fears

Salih, Chris
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/30/2009, p44
The article reports on the effects of charging platform cash accounts on investment by the Rural Development Regulation (RDR). According to an industry expert, RDR-charging through platform cash accounts could create confusion to whether the fund provider or platform is responsible for over seeing the investment process. Henderson New Star technical director Stewart Cazier added that the use of platforms may add more problems and that providers will struggle to oversee charges.


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