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RJ Temple calls for distinction between multi-tie and whole of market adviser

A clear distinction between an intermediary advising on the whole of the market and a multi-tied adviser is the key to a level playing field for financial services, according to RJ Temple.

In the firm&#39s response to the FSA&#39s CP121 RJ Temple argues it is more important for consumers to understand the difference between whole of market and tied advice than whether an adviser is paid by commission or fees

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