Fees or bust

Reid, Robert
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/14/2009, p34
In this article the author discusses the significance of differential pricing in financial advice in Great Britain. He asserts that notion of pricing is based on item which is expected to render high quality and scalable advice to maintain the essence of the process and level of service. He also notes that the public has lost its trust on banks and it is the right time for advisers to step up and leverage their service to gain competitive advantage.


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