Threadneedle’s Gary Collins explains what the new range of RDR share classes mean for advisers and their clients.
The arrival of RDR has brought a new wave of ‘clean’ share classes from asset managers with different charging structures.
But what will this mean for advisers and their clients? Gary Collins discusses the impact with Investment Week’s Lawrence Gosling.
David Stevenson asks why finance professionals continue to charge such high fees for their services in the face of massive technological change.
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