RDR fees still not clear for clients, experts warn

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Fee structures under the UK Retail Distribution Review (RDR) have still not been explained properly to clients, despite its becoming law on January 1, experts warn. Any institution offering financial advice is expected to have informed customers how fee structures are changing under RDR – namely that they will now have to pay for financial advice. But experts warn that only a minority of financial advisers have put out the relevant material.

"The Association of British Insurers and the Financial

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