Standard Life: Why we decided to pay platform rebate tax

Tiller, David
May 2013
Money Marketing (Online Edition);5/31/2013, p6
The article presents the views of David Tiller, adviser platform proposition head at Standard Life, on putting in place a solution to deal with the rebate tax. He says that their future success depend on the success of their adviser business clients. According to him, their goal is to help advisers operate successful and low risk businesses and to develop a disciplined central investment process. He discusses how HM Revenue & Customs' (HMRC) decision to tax fund rebates will affect advisers.


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