General Data Protection Regulation rules still pose a major challenge for financial advisers, regulatory experts have claimed.
In this week's front-page story on Financial Adviser, specialists told how many financial advice businesses still have not gotten to grips with GDPR, specifically getting permissions from clients for data sharing with providers and platforms.
In other news, an adviser spoke of how his professional indemnity insurance has risen 430 per cent over the past five years, on the basis that he has done a total of just three defined benefit pension transfers.
Also in this week's print edition are in-depth news analyses on estate planning during the Covid-19 lockdown and how advisers are structuring drawdown plans amid the market turmoil.
For those of you not able to receive a print copy of Financial Adviser at home, you can read the digital version, with its exclusive interviews, CPD features, news analysis and expert commentary here:
As Financial Adviser is committed to bringing you quality long-reads every week, we are also offering the chance for you to get it delivered free to your home or to an alternative address for the duration of these travel restrictions.
Please register at www.ftadviser.com/fasubs and we can get a form sent out for you to fill in securely using your unique reader numbers.
Stay safe and healthy, both you and your families.
Simoney Kyriakou, editor