Are advisers beginning to innovate on charges?

Michael Trudeau

Either way, it is an interesting model and one that I’d love to hear readers’ thoughts on.

More encouraging that the specifics of this one example, though, is the attempt to do something a little bit different. We’ve seen and heard of a few such examples of late and this can only be a good thing for the sector.

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In a world where regulatory fees and costs are increasing, the regulator itself demands disclosure of minimum charges and adviser fees are still frequently blasted in consumer press comment boards, it is important that the industry does not remain rooted in the past on remuneration.