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How retirement advice is evolving – and how advisers are adapting

It is obvious the demand for retirement advice has accelerated post pension freedoms.

At a recent Money Marketing roundtable on the evolving retirement advice market, panellists discussed whether this surge in demand is likely to continue or plateau.

Panellists also explored the review process for clients in decumulation, the role of technology in helping advisers meet client demand, and whether advisers ultimately have the capacity to take on new at retirement clients while continuing to deliver ongoing advice.

Click the video to see the highlights from the debate.

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