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AJ Bell has 'most profitable' year to date

Just this week former pensions minister Steve Webb backed this idea, urging providers to get “as close to the advice boundary” as possible to ensure consumers received the financial guidance they needed.

Mr Bell thought the economic and political uncertainty caused by the UK’s anticipated departure from the EU would continue beyond the UK general election, but thought customers needed “established, trustworthy businesses offering a high-quality service, at a low cost to meet their evolving investment needs” at such a time.

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