The lure for advisers to use discretionary fund management (DFM) services is a clear one. In an age where the wider responsibilities of financial planning, customer communication and regulation take up more and more time, outsourcing investment management to a third party is an understandable decision. The specialised expertise provided by a DFM also lends itself well to a focus on client outcomes.
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