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Standard Life to stop paper commission statements by October

Standard Life will no longer issue paper commission statements from October 16.

The decision to scrap paper statements is part of the provider’s plans to encourage more advisers to view and download their statements online via the commission service on adviserzone.

By viewing commission statements online advisers can view a year’s worth of statements, a full breakdown of all types of commission paid and download statements in various formats.

Standard Life Distribution ecommerce manager Ross Dunlop says: “Our online commission service provides the ability for advisers to access their commission statements in a choice of formats that can be easily viewed, analysed and saved for future use.”


RDR charging raises platform fears

Administering adviser-charging through platform cash accounts could create confusion as to whether the fund provider or platform is responsible for overseeing the process, say industry experts.

No cure for the befuddled FSA

As the swine flu pandemic breeds shock-horror tabloid headlines, a far more dangerous condition continues its inexorable creep, producing even more worrying long-term health concerns for UK plc.

Neptune video: Indian valuations and Modi’s pro-investment agenda

Kunal Desai, Head of Indian Equities, discusses his expectations for the Indian market and highlights the key indicators that he is watching for 2015.

In the video, Kunal addresses:

• Indian equity valuations and the importance of stock selection in gaining exposure to the earnings upgrade cycle

• The BJP’s strengthening ambition in its pro-reform, pro-investment agenda


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