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News from PIMS 99 – FSA gives seal of approval to IFAs switching to fee based advice


The Financial Services Authority has given a public seal of approval to the increasing numbers of IFAs switching to fee-based financial advice. The PIMS conference heard FSA director of investment business Michael Folger say he believed the increasing volume of fee-based business being done by IFAs is a &#34healthy development&#34 and that IFAs should be offering their clients fee-based options.

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News from PIMS 99 – National IFAs set to dominate

National IFAs are set to dominate the financial services marketplace according to KPMG Corporate Finance partner John Riddell.In his PIMS presentation Riddell predicted that networks will aim to set up their own national broking houses, while new national will be formed by aggressive, fast growing IFA firms and regional players seeking to grow their businesses […]

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