Tag Archives: IFAs

What’s the point of these fund platforms?

  This is a comment from an IFA on the recent history of retail investment platforms in the UK. I find AJ Bell about the best, but they too have their moments. Aviva – Rubbish Aegon – Rubbish ATS – Rubbish … Continue reading

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Would you buy a recovering alcoholic a large vodka?

Offering IFAs the prospect of commission is akin to running a meeting of alcoholics anonymous in a pub. Continue reading

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Can the pension insurers win back their customers’ respect?

IGCs are ours to use and not the insurers to castrate. Continue reading

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Why Paul Lewis is doing IFAs a favour.

Paul Lewis has written an article that has annoyed many IFAs. You can read it here. If you haven’t read it, you might as well now, as most of this article will only make sense if you’re familiar with Paul’s … Continue reading

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