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IMA thinks depolarisation will encourage advice

The Investment Management Association believes that the menu will encourage consumers to take advice.
The trade body thinks that clearer charging structures presented in the menu system will mean that depolsarisation will make consumers more likely to take up advice.
Communications officer Helen Stephenson says that IMA welcomed the final depolarisation rules.
She says: “The market will be clearer and more transparent. It will make it a level playing field across a range of different products.”

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