Boursorama incurs exceptional impairment costs due to regulatory demands and IT migration.
Firm says pricing not designed to undercut rival platforms.
Barclays analysts suggest “power appears to be shifting towards larger advisers and distributors.”
Youinvest to charge 20bps, capped at £50 per quarter
Use of the term ‘institutional’ is misleading and used by fund groups that do not want to sell their funds cheaply.
You will soon be able to buy all manners of protection and post-retirement solutions from platforms.
Zurich’s claim that its adviser platform represents the “most successful adviser platform launch ever” warrants further scrutiny.
It would appear some fund managers appear to be looking to put their prices on at least some of their clean funds.
Regulation has placed a greater onus on advisers over platform selection.
Retail financial services needs to become more, not less, accessible.
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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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.
Honor Whiteman asks whether advisers should be embracing social media and finds several notes of caution among industry experts
Clients and potential clients are increasingly taking to the internet and social media to research potential transactions. Are you doing all you can to promote your business?
At first glance platform use seems not to have changed in the last 12 months but below the surface adviser attitudes and behaviours are changing