Dear Pat: Trail commission really will go after April 2016

Napier, Emma
May 2013
Money Marketing (Online Edition);5/27/2013, p1
The article reports that financial advisers of Great Britain need to prepare themselves for the end of trail commission by 2016. It states that Great Britain's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) wants consumers to get fair and honest services with transparent costs. It highlights that there is question about what will happen to bond investments, which are based on trail payment basis.


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