New Rules For Independent Advisors In UK To Kick In January; UK Rules Prohibiingt Commissions For Independents May Offer Ideas For Solving The Fiduciary Debate In U.S. Hot

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Currntly, there are three types of financial advisors in the UK: A "tied" adviser can only recommend products from one company, such as a bank. A "multi-tied adviser" can recommend products from a limited number of companies. And an "independent financial adviser," known as an IFA, can make recommendations having researched the whole market. However, in January, there will be three key changes taking place. Financial advisers will no longer be able to receive commission on the products they recommend to clients. A4A will be tracking the transition in the U.K and this story is a good primer.




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