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Would you expect higher levels of commission in the event of multi-ties?

“Yes. IFAs who multi-tie will expect more commission but we would not go multi-tied anyway.”Sally Mynett,GB Financial Services

“No. Commission is not the driving source for me, so I would not have a problem.”David Savage, David Savage & Associates

“Yes, probably. Providers will be fighting to sign up agreements with advisers and that battle will be won or lost on the level of commission they pay.” Andrew Brook-Dobson, QED Financial Planning

“Yes. I can imagine all the providers which are looking for multi-ties offering more commission as an incentive.” Derrick Saunders, Derrick Saunders IFA

“Yes. Companies would be wanting to tie us in closer, so commission would probably be used as a bribe.” Peter Mohan, sole trader

“No. I do not see why it would influence commission levels.” John Parker, Parker Financial Services

“No. I do not think multi-ties will lead to more commission. The IFAs doing the best job will get more commission.” Bob Luty, Castle View Investment Group

“No, not a bit. As my business is all single-premium investment, I do not see any reason why they would pay me more.” David Livingstone, DGL Financial Planning Consultancy

“Yes, I would think you would only get more commission if you joined up to become multi-tied.” Simon Hart, Hart Financial Services

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