Structured products platforms face capture in the RDR net

Sins of commission


Although the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) has revolutionised the way in which financial advisers sell structured products in the UK by completely banning commission for advisers, platform regulation has been slower to arrive. From the start of April 2014, however, platforms will no longer be able to collect commission from the sale of structured products or any other financial product. The question is, will the fees that platforms charge send investors further into the potentially risky

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