Leader: Commission debate is more nuanced than you think

Holt, Natalie
January 2016
Money Marketing (Online Edition);1/21/2016, p1
The author discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the return of the commission-based advisory services model in the financial industry. He notes that the commission model would be the same irrespective of provider, and would only be applicable to basic accumulation products. The author feels that commission performs better in some parts of the market like protection and mortgages.


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