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8,000 advisers read JPMAM survival guide in first few weeks

JPMorgan Asset Management’s IFA survival guide has been requested or downloaded by over 8000 advisers in the first few weeks of its launch.


The research document collates the concerns of over 200 advisers regarding the changing regulatory environment.

In the document, Surviving the Storm: opportunities for investment advisory firms in a changing market, JPMAM addresses adviser concerns in light of the Retail Distribution Review and the upcoming introduction of Mifid.

JPMAM says the research is the most comprehensive and in depth of its kind and offers a practical and sensible way for advisers to retain and sustain their businesses in the future.

JPMAM head of UK sales Jasper Berens says: “We are delighted with the response we are getting from our clients which I feel is a testament to their ongoing attitude towards future regulatory reform. Though regulatory and commercial changes within the industry are inevitable in the coming years, we firmly believe that those firms that are willing to adapt can prosper and not falter as has been predicted.

“We are committed to working closely with our clients to help them and us deliver the very best results for clients in the future.”

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