Discounted range will allow investors to swap into equivalent Skandia share class to avoid re-reg delays.
Trustnet Direct caps annual charges at £200.
Ten discretionary managers available from April
Licencing deal will see members given access to Prestwood Truth software.
The UK could be the world leader in financial technology but a change in attitude from the Financial Ombudsman Service is needed
The most important thing is ensuring as many consumers as possible get the financial advice they need
It’s frequently said it too easy to borrow money but financial regulation makes it far harder to save.
Analysis of the direct platform’s big pricing move.
It is currently boom time for wrap providers but unless they are able to offer app functionality they will quickly become yesterday’s technology.
price war? So far, the souk has been more like a gentle British public school fete.
Chief executive Ian Gorham says currently around 80 per cent of assets go into preferential deals.
Chief executive says product range will be launched early next year.
Technical specialist Rory Percival says only clients can judge value for money.
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Cazalet Consulting chief executive Ned Cazalet examines the potential weak points in the current platform market.
Clean share classes are top of the list of the challenges for platforms but they must also cope with downward pressure on charges, the rise of execution-only and navigate changing regulation.
For platforms, the year has been dominated by the switch to clean share classes.
The FCA’s final rules for platforms has caused platforms to try and position themselves as the best placed to help advisers deal with the new rules.