Retail Distribution Review
'We need an intervention that solves the problem customers tell us they've got'
Consumer duty is a revolution, not an evolution of RDR
'Regulation has shifted and consumer duty is evidence of that'
Financial planners need to drop their false sense of inferiority
SJP: 'We are very comfortable with our approach to charging'
Understanding post-RDR charges is 'incredibly tough'
How investing has changed in 10 years of RDR
RDR ended my career, but it was the best thing that ever happened to me
Former editor Hal Austin: 'Chance to professionalise advice was missed'
The real impact of RDR is empowerment, not professionalism
Ahead of 'RDR 2.0' we see a picture of growth by any means
'There's no question there has been a rise in the quality of the profession'
Three quarters of advisers say pandemic boosted client book
How RDR has shaped the consumer duty
Some advice firms were worth a lot more a few years ago
'How my sarcoma diagnosis led to an insuretech solution'
Advisers bemoan repeated FCA Covid surveys
Why don’t savers trust financial advisers?