Group dynamics

July 2009
Money Marketing;7/9/2009, p33
In this article, the author discusses the new retail distribution review (RDR) rules and the launch of adviser charging in Great Britain. He states that the pension recommendations must not fall under the new rules because it will not protect employees and may lead in creating trust-based basis. He mentions that the adviser charging can be added to bear on the non-advised group market.


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