Standard Life latest to launch RDR consumer guide

Holt, Natalie
September 2012
Fundweb;9/3/2012, p8
Trade Publication
The article offers information on retail distribution review (RDR) consumer guide "The New Approach to Financial Advice" launched by Standard Life Assurance Co. in Edinburgh, Scotland. The guide explains changes under RDR and gives six-step process including initial contact, implementing financial plan and review. It has case studies from clients related to why they opted for independent financial advice and how they were helped.


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